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Things worth reading: 28th April 2010

Things we're reading today include …

Companies

Lloyds is back in the black – but hold the celebrations
The Independent
So when will the taxpayers get their £20bn back?The Independent
Irish government to more than double stake in Bank of
Ireland
The Telegraph
Deutsche profits hit €2.8bn after record return at
investment bank
– The Independent

Deutsche Bank faces class action over sub-prime
securities
The Telegraph
FSA fines Commerzbank £595,000 over inaccurate trade
reports
The Times
HSBC chief: London and New York are 'yesterday's news'
in the new world of finance
The Telegraph
Goldman boss Lloyd Blankfein denies moral obligation
towards clients
The Telegraph

Markets

Banks slated over customer gripesBBC
The world says they are guilty – yet bankers protest
their innocence
The Independent
The Politics of BankingThe
Times

Regulations

Why cautious reform is the risky optionFinancial Times
Sir John Gieve warns politicians' obession with
regulating banks threatens the recovery
The
Telegraph

EU turns spotlight on Big Four auditors The Telegraph
Barack Obama loses first vote on bank billThe Telegraph

 

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Chris M Skinner
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