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Tax breaks and fresh funds will buy time, but few believe it can stave off a downgrade
Low-rated Banco di Desio e della Brianza attracts €1.5bn of orders in under an hour
Group says without regulations cryptocurrencies may destabilise global economy
Price surge of steelmaking ingredient has created a huge cash windfall for big producers
The Trump administration may try to force the dollar down, but probably without success
Financial system must be restructured to reduce the economy’s overdependence on bank lending
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Trade wars are now conducted by presidential tweet, so why not currency wars?
Washington’s FX policy has oscillated between heavy interventions and benign neglect
Iosco defended international rules over investment funds after Carney comments
Treasury secretary said Washington ‘could consider’ a different stance in future
And this time, it’s our old friend Wirecard’s fault, apparently.
The Central Bank of Ireland criticises fund boards for poor governance and lack of controls
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CEO Carlos Brito now faces task of increasing revenue, while juggling debt load
Exchange scrutinises trading activity of top cryptocurrency holders
Greater access to digital bank accounts in developing world will particularly help women
Fiery hearing comes as bill considered to ban big tech from operating digital currencies
Andrew Bailey rails against technology groups in the wake of LCF scandal
The number of publicly listed companies has fallen by almost half in the last 20 years, potentially inflating valuations
US energy production proliferates even as profits are scant
Sterling hovers near two-year low as traders hedge for further volatility
“(Dollars) aren’t moved digitally. They are moved electronically.”
European research will do little for the bank in the US, where it lags behind Lazard
Investors at risk of losing up to 93p in every pound after property lender collapse
Anglo-French bank’s move reflects pressure from EU markets rules
Many companies still in ‘aspiration mode’, says Finra’s Steve Randich
Structural reforms and a bullish political backdrop have pushed prices to record highs
Decline in grades at key Hochschild mine may force a big acquisition, says Berenberg
Stefan Simon advised the bank on Libor scandal — now he is its head of regulation
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