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Things worth reading: 11th March 2010

Things we're reading today include …


Today's must watch:

Joe Garner of HSBC speaks about Trust in Banks at the launch of the
Edelman Trust Barometer last year.

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Trust in Banks

 

Regulators

Turner orders tougher bank stress testsFinancial Times
FSA tells banks to stress-test for two more years of
recession
The Times
Commercial property may cause new crisis, says FSA
The Independent
Financial Services Authority to tighten watch on rogue
products
The Times
Markets must be able to punish offenders, Lord Myners
says
The Telegraph
Plans to make banks reveal salaries over £500,000
The Independent
Europe eyes ban on CDS contracts used against Greece
The Telegraph

Companies

Former Cazenove banker found guilty of insider dealing
The Independent
Smaller losses at Northern RockBBC
Barclays' shareholders warn bank against deal for a US
retail bank
The Telegraph


 

Quote of the Day:

"The Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square is showing Michael Moore's
documentary Capitalism: A Love Story next week and is so concerned
about the plight of our poor City folk that the first 50 bankers at each
screening can get it in for free."

About Chris M Skinner

Chris M Skinner
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