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The Finanser’s Week: 3rd August 2009 – 9th August 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include:RBS chief Stephen Hester says there is no 'miracle cure' as bank slumps to £1bn loss (Telegraph)Lloyds blames HBOS for £13.4bn debts (Guardian)HSBC chairman Stephen Green says 'worst of crisis over'  (Telegraph)Barclays' star bankers to get bonus bonanza (Times)Goldman has record trading days (Financial Times)Goldman Faces …

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The Finanser’s Week: 27th July – 2nd August 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: Bank regulation reform needs to be more radical, say MPs (Guardian)Let's scare the banks into lending with capital raising threat (Telegraph)Is high frequency trading a good or bad thing? (Telegraph)Was the AIG Bailout a Goldman Bailout by Proxy? (Seeking Alpha)ECB survey sees credit crunch …

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The Finanser’s Week: 20th July – 26th July 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: Stock Traders Find Speed Pays, in Milliseconds (New York Times)The Misery Index (the Huffington Post)Barclays and RBS 'will need billions more in capital' (Telegraph)Lord Myners attacks bankers’ greed and finds God (Times)Brussels gives UK five years to fix RBS and Lloyds (Telegraph)UK economy will only make …

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The Finanser’s Week: 13th July – 19th July 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: Two Giants Emerge From Wall Street Ruins (New York Times)Crackdown on City pay ignites fears of exodus by star bankers (Times) Goldman Sachs' bonus machine risk a poltical backlash (Telegraph)Why the bonus culture needs to be defended  (Financial Times)ECB paves way for …

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The Finanser’s Week: 6th July – 12th July 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: Financial services: Commission outlines ways to strengthen the safety of derivatives markets (Europa)Showdown as EU and UK battle over banks (Independent) Government white paper paves way for City 'super-regulator' (Telegraph)Myners attacks EU's hedge fund proposals (Independent)EU attack on City of London is …

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The Finanser’s Week: 6th July – 12th July 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: Financial services: Commission outlines ways to strengthen the safety of derivatives markets (Europa)Showdown as EU and UK battle over banks (Independent) Government white paper paves way for City 'super-regulator' (Telegraph)Myners attacks EU's hedge fund proposals (Independent)EU attack on City of London is …

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The Finanser’s Week: 6th July – 12th July 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: Financial services: Commission outlines ways to strengthen the safety of derivatives markets (Europa)Showdown as EU and UK battle over banks (Independent) Government white paper paves way for City 'super-regulator' (Telegraph)Myners attacks EU's hedge fund proposals (Independent)EU attack on City of London is …

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The Finanser’s Week: 29th June – 5th July 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: Britain's banks are on life support, says Miles  (Independent)Probe launched after rogue trader costs City oil broker $10m  (Guardian)Kroes sees Lloyds and RBS asset sales (Financial Times) How the ECB’s fig leaf has completely withered away (Times) Madoff given maximum sentence – …

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The Finanser’s Week: 1st June – 7th June 2009

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Here are our key stories of the week: Global Banking Trends A Trade Confidence Index for Asia Brown needs Balls, Darling Greedy bankers? Corrupt politicians? Nothing new Banks must still deleverage … and deleverage lots! Why technology firms don't get business CEOs don't like social media … because it's social! …

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The Finanser’s Week: 1st June – 7th June 2009

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Here are our key stories of the week: Global Banking Trends A Trade Confidence Index for Asia Brown needs Balls, Darling Greedy bankers? Corrupt politicians? Nothing new Banks must still deleverage … and deleverage lots! Why technology firms don't get business CEOs don't like social media … because it's social! …

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