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Things worth reading: 13th October 2010

Things we're reading today include … 'New regulator will fail without top-notch staff', warn finance chiefs - The Telegraph Cashless Payments in India – A Roadmap - Payments News Gold to hit record $1,650 an ounce within a year, say Goldman Sachs analysts - The Independent Greifeld says no repeat of 'flash crash' - Financial Times Standard Chartered …

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Things worth reading: 12th October 2010

Things we're reading today include … Bank bail-out 'a good investment' - BBCFragmented markets gave HFT rationale, says Rolet - Financial TimesBanks must avoid 'toxic' bonuses in era of austerity, CBI chief Richard Lambert warns - The TelegraphBankers prepare for massive pay rises - The IndependentBanks 'complicit' in corruption - BBCCity in uproar over new bonus rules - The TelegraphCBI leader calls …

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Things worth reading: 11th October 2010

Things we're reading today include … Banks to fight EU bonus rules - The IndependentIMF warns countries to work together or face wars - The IndependentFSA slower to approve new businesses - Financial TimesLeading bankers warn that new rules will hit recovery - The IndependentBank for International Settlements 'dangerously underestimates true cost of reforms' - The TelegraphBarclays joins bidding for …

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Things worth reading: 8th October 2010

Things we're reading today include … Britain's banks 'ain't broke' so don't fix them, says UBS – The Telegraph Central bankers are huddling in search of a magic elixir to ward off deflation – Washington Post Regulating Swiss banks: First mover – The Economist We shouldn't care if bankers are …

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Things worth reading: 7th October 2010

Things we're reading today include: RBS chairman Sir Philip Hampton says a lot of bankers are overpaid – The Telegraph Fees key to Amex clash with DoJ – Financial Times Prosper Releases Person-to-Person Lending Metrics – Payments News EU could force banks to offer everyone current accounts – The Telegraph …

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Things worth reading: 6th October 2010

Things we're reading today include: Tesco to launch mortgages and current accounts – The Independent Warren Buffett says in future Wall Street chiefs should go broke – and their wives – The Telegraph Card fraud at lowest for 10 years – BBC Banks' $4 trillion debts are 'Achilles' heel of …

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Things worth reading: 5th October 2010

Things we're reading today include … City set for '£7bn' bonus pool but taxman gets bigger slice – The Telegraph PM warns banks of 'intolerable' bonuses – BBC Roman Abramovich's Millhouse warns Ireland of legal action over Irish Nationwide bail-out – The Telegraph FSA 'stress tests' would ban half of …

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Things worth reading: 4th October 2010

Things we're reading today include … Tesco mortgage lending delayed as regulator toughens up approval – The Telegraph Joseph Stiglitz: the euro may not survive – The Telegraph New banking opportunities open up – Financial Times Commission kills hopes of Lloyds or RBS sell-off – The Independent Report examines May's …

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Things worth reading: 1st October 2010

Things we're reading today include … Banks High street banks names and shamed – BBCGoldman seeks to kill off the 'vampire squid' with first adverts – The IndependentAIG planning to repay US taxpayer – BBC Ireland Fears grow that Irish economy will befall same fate as Greece – The IndependentIreland …

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Things worth reading: 30th September 2010

Things we're reading today include … Complaints More than 7,000 complaints lodged against banks every day – The TelegraphLloyds tops bank complaints list – BBCFSA tells banks to improve way they deal with complaints – The IndependentFSA could fine banks over handling of customer complaints – The Telegraph Companies HSBC …

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Things worth reading: 29th September 2010

Things we're reading today include … Auditor urges cap on Big Four accountants – Financial Times Miliband speech concerns business – BBC First Data Names Jonathan Judge as CEO – Payments News ICAP takes legal action after brokers defect to rival – The Telegraph Brazil in currency 'war' warning – …

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Things worth reading: 28th September 2010

Things we're reading today include … Lloyds' Sir Win Bischoff confident banks will not be broken up – The Telegraph Bank bricked up in loans protest – BBC Fears of 'double dip' in Ireland – BBC Barclaycard Launches Next Generation Online Payments with SmartPay – Payments News Paolo Scaroni takes …

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Things worth reading: 27th September 2010

Things we're reading today include … HSBC HSBC confirms boardroom shake-up – BBCInvestors in HSBC furious at 'shambles' over succession – The TelegraphHSBC attacked over Geoghegan severance deal – The IndependentHSBC directors face questions over £36m 'golden goodbye' for Michael Geoghegan – The TelegraphHSBC condemns 'diabolical' plot to undermine Geoghegan …

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