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Corporate governance at work as Spanish lender discovers its backbone
Shares zip 8% higher after bullish trading update
Scheme cost German taxpayer at least €5.7bn in unwarranted tax refunds
Low-cost airline faces bigger than expected fall in winter fares
Cheap credit has left banks comfortably numb to Europe’s slowdown, says Redburn
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Claims that new EU regulations will leave smaller companies unloved are questionable
New A220 production line in Mobile, Alabama, part of drive to expand US footprint
European bankers hoping for a modest lift-off this year will have to wait longer
Digital natives will force broadcasters to make big online investments, says Merrill Lynch
Paris officials have gone to Tokyo to discuss chief’s future after bail request was rejected
French lender joins other banks in warning of volatile conditions
Finance ministry asks for regulator’s analysis of a merger between major lenders
Analysts note higher savings are possible, suggesting Swiss group’s suitor could pay more
The odds are surely narrowing that the UK remains in the EU
Spanish bank may have dodged a bullet over lost pay from UBS
The performance of the sector is tied up with its funding costs.
Replacing admirable chief Rakesh Kapoor will be tough
Swiss freight transport group has been under pressure from activist investor Cevian
Four years after the Swiss central bank unexpectedly abandoned its support of the euro, analysts look for lessons learned from the episode.
Top investment banker’s transition to retail lending was troubled from the start
Groups must adjust as world’s biggest market shrinks for first time since 1990