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Deutsche Bank received special treatment in EU stress tests

Deutsche Bank received special treatment in EU stress tests
By: Laura Noonan, Caroline Binham and James Shotter  German lender’s result was boosted by a special concession agreed by the European Central Bank Deutsche Bank was given special treatment in the summer EU stress tests that promised to...

Donald Trump admits using tax loophole: ‘Of course I do

Donald Trump admits using tax loophole: ‘Of course I do
By Rachael Revesz New York  The Republican said he took advantage of the loophole alongside other rich people like Warren Buffett and George SorosDonald Trump has admitted he has taken advantage of tax loopholes to avoid paying federal income ...

William Hill and Amaya in talks to create £4.6bn betting giant

William Hill and Amaya in talks to create £4.6bn betting giant
by: Murad Ahmed, Leisure Correspondent UK bookmaker would acquire world’s largest poker business in reverse takeover The UK’s William Hill and Canada’s Amaya are in discussions that could lead to a £4.6bn all share merger to create one of...

Deutsche Bank eyes asset management unit IPO

Deutsche Bank eyes asset management unit IPO
By: Martin Arnold in Washington, Arash Massoudi in London and James Shotter in Frankfurt Troubled German lender looks to float stake in division to rebuild capital buffers Deutsche Bank is working on a public ...

Iceland to sentence ninth banker found guilty of market manipulation that helped caused ...

Iceland to sentence ninth banker found guilty of market manipulation that helped caused 2008 crash
By Alexandra Sims Iceland has differed from the rest of Europe and the US by allowing bankers to be prosecuted as criminals Iceland has found nine senior bankers guilty for crimes relating to the economic meltdown in 2008. The Supreme Court ...

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