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Things worth reading: 25th September 2009

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With the nearing of the G20 agreements being announced, a raft of regulatory dialogue came out yesterday including:

Joint UK Financial Services Authority and HM Treasury response to EU Consultation Document: Possible initiatives to enhance the resilience of OTC derivatives markets (16 page pdf)


G20 news

Ideological divides to rule G20 
(Euractiv)
EU brings financial supervision reform to G20 (Euractiv)
Tensions over IMF threaten to mar G20 (Financial Times)
In New World Order, Global Forum Expands Permanently (New York Times)


Economies

Bank's chief economist admits to fears over asset price rises  (Telegraph)

Pound falls on governor’s comments 
(Financial Times)
What's the US's Credit Score? (Loans and Credit)
The Biggest Government Bailout Is Yet To Come (Slate)

Other news

Stop demonising bankers, warns BBA chief (Guardian)
Europe adopts legislative proposals to strengthen financial supervision in Europe 
(Europa)

New LSE chief cuts staff as he prepares to take on rivals (Independent)
Citigroup retreats from retail 
(Business Week)

Is Twitter worth $1 billion?
(CNN)

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Peter Brookes, the Times




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Quote of the Day:

HSBC To Relocate CEO Office To Hong Kong (Wall Street Journal)




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