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Things worth reading: 1st October 2009

Things we're reading today include …

Today's must read

BofA CEO resigns (Reuters)
Bank of America's enemies list 
(Business Week)
Ken Lewis, chief executive of Bank of America, to step down (Guardian)

Other news

The secret to Goldman Sachs' good fortune (New York Post)
UK banks in landmark bonus reform pledge based on G20 agreement 
(Telegraph)
UK banks accept curbs on bonuses (BBC)
Bankers bow to pressure on bonuses (Guardian)
Turner review flags up City's concerns 
(Telegraph)
IMF backing for Bank could signal more quantitative easing 
(Guardian)
Martin Wolf on narrow banking 
(Business Week)
Eurozone banks scale back liquidity demands (Financial Times)
EIB 'will not play the role' of commercial banks (Euractiv)
Want a job on Wall Street? Good luck.  
(CNN)
The New Face of Banking 
(MINT Blog)


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