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Things worth reading: 21st April 2009

Things we're reading today include …Results and Markets: Bank of America's Profit Mainly Due to Recent Deals (Washington Post)Six-week share rally founders as Bank of America reports surge in bad debts (Times) Asian stocks fall on bank fears (BBC) Global markets slide on banking fears (Telegraph) Stock markets hit by …

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Things worth reading: 21st April 2009

Things we're reading today include …Results and Markets: Bank of America's Profit Mainly Due to Recent Deals (Washington Post)Six-week share rally founders as Bank of America reports surge in bad debts (Times) Asian stocks fall on bank fears (BBC) Global markets slide on banking fears (Telegraph) Stock markets hit by …

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Things worth reading: 20th April 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies:LSE to use Baikal platform to take on Europe (Financial Times)  UBS seeking to drop accounts for undeclared EU cash: report (Reuters)Financial News: Power struggle at B. of A. Merrill Lynch (Market News)  UK:Britain facing 'worst recession since World War II', Darling to admit in Budget (Telegraph) 'Worst of …

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Things worth reading: 19th April 2009

Things we're reading today include: Citi trade profitable but now tough to execute (Reuters) RBS dismantles Sir Fred Goodwin’s trappings of power (Times) Ex-RBS banker 'blocked' by FSA (Telegraph) Bank of England holds crisis talks with seven building societies (Times) Alistair Darling: slump to end this year (Times) Bumper bank …

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Things worth reading: 19th April 2009

Things we're reading today include: Citi trade profitable but now tough to execute (Reuters) RBS dismantles Sir Fred Goodwin’s trappings of power (Times) Ex-RBS banker 'blocked' by FSA (Telegraph) Bank of England holds crisis talks with seven building societies (Times) Alistair Darling: slump to end this year (Times) Bumper bank …

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Things worth reading: 18th April 2009

Things we're reading today include: Citigroup back in the black for first time since 2007 (Independent) Citigroup has better quarterly figures but waits for results of stress test before converting stock (Times) Exchange traded funds: the City's best kept secret (Telegraph) Recovery on the horizon for banks and the Budget …

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Things worth reading: 17th April 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: D Börse plans pan-European trading (Financial Times)  Barclays president says sector's positive results are not 'one-offs' (Telegraph) JPMorgan earns $2.1bn on record sales (Financial Times) JP Morgan profits beat forecasts (BBC)  The Goldman rules for mastering the universe (Times) Regulations: Regulator accused of …

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Things worth reading: 17th April 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: D Börse plans pan-European trading (Financial Times)  Barclays president says sector's positive results are not 'one-offs' (Telegraph) JPMorgan earns $2.1bn on record sales (Financial Times) JP Morgan profits beat forecasts (BBC)  The Goldman rules for mastering the universe (Times) Regulations: Regulator accused of …

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Things worth reading: 17th April 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: D Börse plans pan-European trading (Financial Times)  Barclays president says sector's positive results are not 'one-offs' (Telegraph) JPMorgan earns $2.1bn on record sales (Financial Times) JP Morgan profits beat forecasts (BBC)  The Goldman rules for mastering the universe (Times) Regulations: Regulator accused of …

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Things worth reading: 16th April 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: UBS, not Goldman Sachs, gives a more realistic picture of banks' health (Telegraph) Lehman yields bonanza for the professionals (Times)Merrill Lynch Developing Private, Public Cloud Initiatives in Parallel (FinanceTech) Why Chase is killing WaMu’s retail concept (Financial Brand) UK: Nine building societies have …

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Things worth reading: 16th April 2009

Things we're reading today include … Companies: UBS, not Goldman Sachs, gives a more realistic picture of banks' health (Telegraph) Lehman yields bonanza for the professionals (Times)Merrill Lynch Developing Private, Public Cloud Initiatives in Parallel (FinanceTech) Why Chase is killing WaMu’s retail concept (Financial Brand) UK: Nine building societies have …

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PIN codes cracked and 285 million data breaches

Wired's blog just noted that Bryan Sartin, director of investigative response for Verizon Business, is saying the backbone of bank security – the PIN – is broken by hackers.  In fact, he reckons, its' been blown apart. "We're seeing entirely new attacks that a year ago were thought to be …

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PIN codes cracked and 285 million data breaches

Wired's blog just noted that Bryan Sartin, director of investigative response for Verizon Business, is saying the backbone of bank security – the PIN – is broken by hackers.  In fact, he reckons, its' been blown apart. "We're seeing entirely new attacks that a year ago were thought to be …

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Things worth reading: 15th April 2009

Things we're reading today include: Fortis Bank reveals large loss (BBC) UBS jobless tally hits 18,000 amid rising losses (Times) RBS sees big growth in Islamic finance (Reuters) Lehman 'sausage machine' processor at work (Financial Times) Goldman amasses $164bn war chest (Financial Times)  Alistair Darling to announce supply-chain insurance scheme …

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Things worth reading: 15th April 2009

Things we're reading today include: Fortis Bank reveals large loss (BBC) UBS jobless tally hits 18,000 amid rising losses (Times) RBS sees big growth in Islamic finance (Reuters) Lehman 'sausage machine' processor at work (Financial Times) Goldman amasses $164bn war chest (Financial Times)  Alistair Darling to announce supply-chain insurance scheme …

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