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Week in Review, December 10

National Grid sale, Lego shake-up, Euribor fines, sterling flash crash and Glencore

Banks want open-ended Brexit transition pact

British Bankers’ Association report calls for EU access to continue years after exit

Cohn exit set to leave Goldman succession in flux

Blankfein’s second-in-command assumed wide authority after the financial crisis

Goldman’s Cohn in frame for Trump economic role

Bank’s president has been seen as the likely successor to Lloyd Blankfein

Banking jobs market ‘annihilated’ by Brexit, says recruiter

Uncertainty has led to fewer vacancies, says SThree chief Gary Elden

ECB rejects Italy’s plea for Monte dei Paschi delay

Rome now left with little option but a government bailout of ailing bank

Bank dividends: isn’t that special?

Generating excess capital is hard, as is giving it back to shareholders

Can BlackRock keep open the line to Washington?

Some say Larry Fink has hedged his options to retain clout in a Trump administration

Glencore’s Rosneft deal signals thawing to Russia

Purchase to be largest foreign investment since restrictions on certain transactions

National Grid: nice price, high costs

Sale of gas assets means Christmas has come early for shareholders and bankers

Skills shortage threatens Dublin’s post-Brexit boom

Trend could curb Irish central bank’s ability to handle surge in licence applications

Amundi eyes €2bn share sale to finance Pioneer deal

Asset manager’s rights issue is likely to dilute the 75.4% stake of Crédit Agricole

Week in Review, December 10

National Grid sale, Lego shake-up, Euribor fines, sterling flash crash and Glencore

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Week in Review, December 10

Banks want open-ended Brexit transition pact

British Bankers’ Association report calls for EU access to continue years after exit

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Banks want open-ended Brexit transition pact

Cohn exit set to leave Goldman succession in flux

Blankfein’s second-in-command assumed wide authority after the financial crisis

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Cohn exit set to leave Goldman succession in flux

Goldman’s Cohn in frame for Trump economic role

Bank’s president has been seen as the likely successor to Lloyd Blankfein

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Goldman’s Cohn in frame for Trump economic role

Banking jobs market ‘annihilated’ by Brexit, says recruiter

Uncertainty has led to fewer vacancies, says SThree chief Gary Elden

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Banking jobs market ‘annihilated’ by Brexit, says recruiter

ECB rejects Italy’s plea for Monte dei Paschi delay

Rome now left with little option but a government bailout of ailing bank

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