Sharlene Goff has the latest on leaks and breaches at Barclays, as the bank loses 27,000 customers' data, and 2013 profits emerge a day early. Sam Fleming reports that Daniele Nouy, the new head of the Single Supervisory Mechanism, will let weak Eurozone banks die, and Patrick Jenkins is joined over the phone by Simon Rabinovitch, Shanghai correspondent, for news that the Chinese Development Bank is squeezing some of its foreign clients as domestic monetary conditions tighten

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