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Things worth reading: 23rd February 2010

Things we're reading today include …

Today's must read:

Goldman admits helping Greece 'fiddle books' to conceal
public debt
The Telegraph

Addressing the influential Treasury Select Committee, Gerald Corrigan, a
Goldman Sachs managing director, accepted that the investment bank had
politicians to mask borrowings" through a complex currency transaction
in 2001.



Stanley Fink to step down as Tories' co-treasurer
The Times
Hite set to link with UK manager FinkFinancial Times


RBS and Lloyds to reveal losses amid storm over bonuses
The Independent
Lloyds boss to waive £2.3m bonusBBC
St James's Place puts pressure on Lloyds to sell stake
The Telegraph
LSE reduces trading costs for large customersFinancial Times
It may be imperfect, but UKFI has a role to play
The Telegraph


Bank charges face new challengeBBC
Spending cuts must be spelt out to save stumbling
The Times
Germany manoeuvres to win control of the euroThe Times
European banks 'need €240bn a year in fund-raising'
The Telegraph
European banks face showdown over €1 trillion of debt
The Telegraph


Sheep that went astray are back in the foldThe Times
Banks have paid their pound of flesh, now the
pillorying must stop
The Telegraph


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