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Will important documents from the financial crisis be destroyed?
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More progress is needed to win back investor confidence
Sector is enjoying a recovery, but it is not the force it once was
The most important force behind big bubbles and busts is monetary dislocation, says John Plender
Rule changes are fundamentally reshaping the financial system
Prime property has more than recovered
Investors who stayed in stocks and junk bonds can afford a smile
Recrimination and regret still haunt banks
There are at least six peculiar features that might make Alice blink
A little more curiosity, a little more concern and a little more commitment
Public and private debt in major economies has risen, not fallen
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