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A band of lenders within the shadow banking system is making a new push on Capitol Hill, seeking an easing of rules cappingBen McLannahan in New York
If all goes according to plan, early next year Commerzbank will pay a dividend for the first time since the bank wasJames Shotter in Frankfurt
Irish people tend not to go in for social revolutions — they prefer to leave those things to the Americans and the French.Vincent Boland in Dublin
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US Senator Elizabeth Warren and other lawmakers are calling for public hearings on whether banks accused of rigging foreignGina Chon in Washington.
When in 2013, a 21-year-old Bank of America intern died in London after working long hours, Professor Peter Fleming of CassEmma De Vita
Last Thursday, for the first time in my life, I had my shoes shined. I sat on a stool outside St Mary-le-Bow on CheapsideLucy Kellaway
The conflict at the heart of Germany’s energy policy is finally coming to a head. Can Germany claim to be an environmentalNick Butler
An unlikely buzzword is back in fashion in the top tiers of global financial officialdom: hysteresis. If it catches on, itBy Claire Jones
Just like footballers before the World Cup final, central bankers in emerging markets are readying themselves for theBy Ferdinando Giugliano and Jonathan Wheatley in London
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