Foreigners deposit less money in Swiss banks
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Irish banks borrowed $11.5billion from US Federal Reserve at height of crisis
Regulation reassures Swiss banking industry and prompts move towards consolidation
HSBC in local drive for Scottish business
Global economy is dangerously close to recession
Without QEIII more troubles ahead for Europe
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Turkey’s leading participation bank, Bank Asya, is considering acquiring a bank in the Balkans, bank General Manager Abdullah Çelik told Reuters Wednesday in İstanbul.
A major international finance summit is likely to bring economics gurus from over 20 countries to İstanbul this year.
The star commodities trader was lured from JP Morgan to much hullabaloo.
Henderson Group loss down to takeover costs
Miliband says bankers are partly to blame for unrest
HSBC Trinkaus in talks to buy WestLB parts
RBS must resist any push to irresponsible lending, says executive
World Bank president says markets face new debt danger zone
Germany, France tend to a Euro in crisis
Denmark's biggest lender Danske Bank took a 4 billion crown hit from Irish bad debts in the first half of the year and said the country remained a challenge although its home market stabilised.
7 charts that spell "particularly high uncertainty" for Europe