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Week in Review, January 21

US bank earnings; BAT-Reynolds deal, Luxottica, Pearson and Netflix also in the news

France’s BPCE sells new kind of debt to Japanese

Sale comes as part of a rush to comply with global rules for financial institutions

Goldman Sachs: Occupying Washington again

Donald Trump’s overtures to the bank’s executives have sparked controversy

Bankers prepare for eurozone break-up risk

Big European banks cutting back on some eurozone lending ahead of elections

HSBC/Standard Chartered: trade’s trump hand

Both Asian banks can survive a Trump presidency

Close Brothers resilient despite Brexit uncertainty

UK merchant bank says loan book grew by 9.3% in 2016

HSBC to pay customers £4m over ‘unreasonable’ fees

Borrowers at two brands who fell into arrears were overcharged for debt collection

EU watchdog looks into ECB private finance ties

Ombudsman inquiry will take on Draghi’s membership of Group of Thirty forum

Goldman Sachs embroiled in $1bn Indonesian lawsuit

Latest legal test for foreign groups in Southeast Asia’s largest nation

Davos insider: Philip Hammond skates on thin ice

Chancellor’s speech produces some unintended challenges for UK

Citigroup pays $25m to settle ‘spoofing’ charges

Bank becomes first big lender to be caught in crackdown on illegal trading move

Citigroup pays $25m to settle ‘spoofing’ charges

Bank becomes first big lender to be caught in crackdown on illegal trading move

Week in Review, January 21

US bank earnings; BAT-Reynolds deal, Luxottica, Pearson and Netflix also in the news

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Week in Review, January 21

France’s BPCE sells new kind of debt to Japanese

Sale comes as part of a rush to comply with global rules for financial institutions

Read more:
France’s BPCE sells new kind of debt to Japanese

Goldman Sachs: Occupying Washington again

Donald Trump’s overtures to the bank’s executives have sparked controversy

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Goldman Sachs: Occupying Washington again

Bankers prepare for eurozone break-up risk

Big European banks cutting back on some eurozone lending ahead of elections

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Bankers prepare for eurozone break-up risk

HSBC/Standard Chartered: trade’s trump hand

Both Asian banks can survive a Trump presidency

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HSBC/Standard Chartered: trade’s trump hand

Close Brothers resilient despite Brexit uncertainty

UK merchant bank says loan book grew by 9.3% in 2016

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Close Brothers resilient despite Brexit uncertainty

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