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Things worth reading: 23rd April 2010

Things we're reading today include …

Goldman Sachs

Goldman says buy the pound as there's little to fear
from a hung Parliament
The Telegraph
Blackstone chief defends Goldman ethicsFinancial Times
Etonian banker in Goldman scandalThe Telegraph
Goldman's Blankfein to testify alongside traderThe Independent

Companies

Credit Suisse pays £1.4bn in bonusesThe Telegraph
Credit Suisse reveals 2 per cent profit riseThe Times
Shareholders warn Lloyds on pay policiesThe Independent
ABI concerns about Lloyds bonusesThe Telegraph
Daniels (Lloyds CEO) is proving to be the great survivorThe Telegraph
BofA to sell private equity portfolio to AxaFinancial Times

Regulators

FSA is 'losing' war on insider dealingThe Telegraph
Senate inquiry faults ratings agenciesFinancial Times
E-mails detail role of ratings firms in crisisFinancial Times
Derivatives dealers voice support for clearingFinancial Times
US to shine light on derivatives tradingThe Telegraph
Don’t fight us on bank reforms, Obama tells lions of
Wall Street
The Times

Markets

City bonuses to hit £6.8bn, CEBR saysThe Telegraph
Move towards single Asean exchangeFinancial Times
Greek crisis worsens after budget deficit growsThe Times

 

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Chris M Skinner
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