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Things worth reading: 24th May 2010

Things we're reading today include …

Companies and People

Green to step down as chairman of HSBCThe Telegraph
HSBC will miss Stephen Green, a keen moderniser and
voice of restraint
The Telegraph
Standard Chartered bets on Indian expansionThe Telegraph
US Justice Department ends AIG probeFinancial Times
Intesa boss calls for global banking rulesFinancial Times
LSE profits eroded by competition The Telegraph
Lloyds attacked for 'abuse of taxpayer cash'The Telegraph

Euro

German short ban mired in confusionThe Telegraph
European bank jitters as Spain steps in to save Cajasur
The Telegraph
Everything you always wanted to know about the euro –
but were afraid to ask
The Independent
European bank risk close to that after Lehman Brothers
collapse
The Telegraph
Hedge funds bet big on the falling euro The Telegraph
Britain beware: why the euro crisis is a problem for us
too
The Telegraph

Regulations

UK coalition is talking tough but global resolve on
reform is cracking
The Telegraph
US Senate passes biggest overhaul of big banks since
Depression
The Telegraph
US Senate votes for new 'Glass-Steagall Act'The Telegraph

Markets

Markets on alert after bank bailoutThe Times
China vows more currency reformBBC

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Chris M Skinner

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