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Things worth reading: 10th May 2010

Things we're reading today include …

Goldman Sachs

Goldman to do deal with US regulator over Abacus affair
The Independent
Goldman to 'sue for peace' on Abacus charges The Telegraph
Goldman Sachs faces $1bn fine to draw line under fraud
trial
The Telegraph
Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein faces call to
resign
The Telegraph
Goldman chief eats humble pie with pledge of ethical
review
The Independent

Companies

HSBC sees global profits growth BBC
HSBC profits grow in first quarterThe Telegraph
RBS bad debts continue to push bank into the redThe Telegraph
Santander's pain in Spain won't hit UK customers
The Telegraph
Thomson Reuters to launch 'Insider' platformFinancial Times
Virgin knocked out of RBS bid battleThe Independent
Rangers fans may boycott LloydsBBC
Investments return AIG to profitBBC

Markets

Bank shares slide on fears of another liquidity crisis
The Telegraph
Banks bounce back but warn of troubles to comeThe Independent
Leaderless UK stokes crash fearsThe Times
UK banks in firing line if Greece debt crisis spreads,
says Moody's
The Telegraph
IMF's levy on financial institutions 'outrageous'
Financial Times
'Boring' products that hid high risksFinancial Times

FSA

Court to review FSA role over Icelandic bank collapse
The Telegraph
Kaupthing chief arrested on suspicion of market abuse
The Telegraph
FSA's Margaret Cole wages war against criminals in the
City
The Telegraph

Europe

Finance ministers meet to stop spread of Greek crisis
The Independent
EU agrees euro stability package BBC
Darling’s last act: leaving a £15bn bill for British
taxpayers
The Times
Hedge fund directive strikes blow at CityThe Times
€300bn late payments hit European companiesFinancial Times

 

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