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Things worth reading: 3rd June 2009

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Things we're reading today include: Barclays’ Mideast investors cash in after six months  (Financial Times)Sheikh Mansour has been ahead of the game on Barclays (Telegraph)BBVA offers staff five years’ leave   (Financial Times) Fed Said to Raise Requirements for Banks to Repay TARP Funds (Bloomberg) Bank of America nears $34 billion …

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Things worth reading: 2nd June 2009

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Things we're reading today include … JPMorgan to raise $5bn in share sell-off (Independent) Goldman Sachs sells China bank stake to repay US bail-out (Telegraph) Gordon Brown's financial regulation system 'made downturn worse' (Telegraph)Hand regulation back to Bank, says powerful Lords committee (Independent)FSA extends disclosure for short sellers (Financial Times) OTC derivatives plan lifts …

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Things worth reading: 1st June 2009

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Things we’re reading today include … UK: Reluctant clearer LCH sits round table to thrash out higher bid from consortium (Times) Lloyds faces shareholder backlash on board pay (Guardian) Investors blast secrecy over Rock (Guardian) Executive bonus clawbacks catch on beyond banks (Telegraph) FSA bonuses rise by 40pc in spite of financial crisis  (Telegraph) …

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Things worth reading: 30th May 2009

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Things we're reading today include: Northern Rock risk revealed in 2004 (Financial Times) Lloyds investors urged to spurn Blank (Financial Times) London Metal Exchange joins bid for LCH.Clearnet (Financial Times) LSE and Plus resolve legal dispute (Financial Times) The financial crisis and the role of central banks: The experience of the …

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Things worth reading: 30th May 2009

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Things we're reading today include: Northern Rock risk revealed in 2004 (Financial Times) Lloyds investors urged to spurn Blank (Financial Times) London Metal Exchange joins bid for LCH.Clearnet (Financial Times) LSE and Plus resolve legal dispute (Financial Times) The financial crisis and the role of central banks: The experience of the …

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Things worth reading: 29th May 2009

Things worth reading today include … Western Union malware attack rides into inboxes (Sophos Blog)Wachovia’s Ken Thompson lands at PE firm (The Deal) FSA reveals its ‘severe’ bank stress tests but hides results (Independent) Bank stress tests too easy, analysts say (Telegraph)FSA doomsday package includes a free massage for stressed …

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Things worth reading: 29th May 2009

Things worth reading today include … Western Union malware attack rides into inboxes (Sophos Blog)Wachovia’s Ken Thompson lands at PE firm (The Deal) FSA reveals its ‘severe’ bank stress tests but hides results (Independent) Bank stress tests too easy, analysts say (Telegraph)FSA doomsday package includes a free massage for stressed …

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Things worth reading: 29th May 2009

Things worth reading today include … Western Union malware attack rides into inboxes (Sophos Blog)Wachovia’s Ken Thompson lands at PE firm (The Deal) FSA reveals its ‘severe’ bank stress tests but hides results (Independent) Bank stress tests too easy, analysts say (Telegraph)FSA doomsday package includes a free massage for stressed …

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Things worth reading: 28th May 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: Nationwide hits out at savings protection scheme (Independent)UBS chief Oswald Grübel defends decision to raise the salaries of investment bankers  (Times)Santander’s renaming of UK banks will not cost it much  (Times)Santander: who was Abbey's most famous customer? (Telegraph) Regulations: Financial services: Commission proposes stronger …

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Things worth reading: 28th May 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: Nationwide hits out at savings protection scheme (Independent)UBS chief Oswald Grübel defends decision to raise the salaries of investment bankers  (Times)Santander’s renaming of UK banks will not cost it much  (Times)Santander: who was Abbey's most famous customer? (Telegraph) Regulations: Financial services: Commission proposes stronger …

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Things worth reading: 27th May 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: FSA punishes third Morgan Stanley trader (Times) FSA bans third ex-Morgan Stanley trader (Telegraph) ‘Robust’ business for Deutsche Bank (Financial Times) PwC rejects global plan for Lehman recoveries (Telegraph) Citigroup to hold fast in China and India (Financial Times) JPMorgan’s WaMu Windfall Turns Bad Loans Into Income (Bloomberg) Markets: …

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Things worth reading: 27th May 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: FSA punishes third Morgan Stanley trader (Times) FSA bans third ex-Morgan Stanley trader (Telegraph) ‘Robust’ business for Deutsche Bank (Financial Times) PwC rejects global plan for Lehman recoveries (Telegraph) Citigroup to hold fast in China and India (Financial Times) JPMorgan’s WaMu Windfall Turns Bad Loans Into Income (Bloomberg) Markets: …

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Things worth reading: 27th May 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: FSA punishes third Morgan Stanley trader (Times) FSA bans third ex-Morgan Stanley trader (Telegraph) ‘Robust’ business for Deutsche Bank (Financial Times) PwC rejects global plan for Lehman recoveries (Telegraph) Citigroup to hold fast in China and India (Financial Times) JPMorgan’s WaMu Windfall Turns Bad Loans Into Income (Bloomberg) Markets: …

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Things worth reading: 26th May 2009

Things we're reading today include … MP urges probe into HBOS loans (BBC) German debts set to blow 'like a grenade' (Telegraph) Iceland asks parliament to start EU talks (Euractiv)Integration and innovation – The Alpha and Omega of a successful retail payments market in Europe, speech by Jean-Claude Trichet, President …

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