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John Cryan changes Deutsche Bank’s course again

John Cryan changes Deutsche Bank’s course again
By: James Shotter in Frankfurt and Martin Arnold in London Four years ago, Anshu Jain declared that Deutsche Bank’s capital problems were off the table, after Germany’s biggest bank raised €3bn in a share sale. Twelve months later, he ...

Under Xi, wealth of China's uber-rich lawmakers grew faster than economy

Under Xi, wealth of China's uber-rich lawmakers grew faster than economy
SHANGHAI: The fortunes of the richest 100 members of China's parliament and its advisory body: all dollar billionaires: grew about 64 percent in the four years since Xi Jinping rose to power, according to data from an organisation tracking wealth in China. Xi...

Global investors buoyed by Trump's spending pledge - business live

Global investors buoyed by Trump's spending pledge - business live
By Angela Monaghan Please click on the link below: https://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2017/mar/02/global-investors-buoyed-by-trumps-spending-pledge-business-live

US$321b: Fines paid by world's biggest banks since financial crisis

US$321b: Fines paid by world's biggest banks since financial crisis
LONDON (BLOOMBERG) - Banks globally have paid US$321 billion (S$453 billion) in fines since 2008 for an abundance of regulatory failings from money laundering to market manipulation and terrorist financing, according to data from Boston Consulting Group. That...

Lloyds unveils special dividend after highest profit since crisis

Lloyds unveils special dividend after highest profit since crisis
By: Emma Dunkley, Retail Banking Correspondent Bank’s earnings boosted by sharp decline in cost of PPI mis-selling scandal Lloyds Banking Group has unveiled a £2.2bn dividend payout after more than doubling its annual pre-tax ...

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