The troubles of the Co-op Bank remind us that crisis and fragility are still engrained in the banking system.
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The Co-operative Bank is no longer. What was once an experiment in working class self-help has become the latest victim of rapid changes sweeping the financial sector.
Australia's Commonwealth Bank has shown that the Basel III disclosure requirements are not something to be afraid of. In fact, they are doable.
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Book Review: The Political Integration of Ethnic Minorities in Britain - http://t.co/jPaQsCXuXR
RT @Frances_Coppola: America's greatest export is its debt. My post at @TheWeek now has some very sensible comments http://t.co/0hOYNIxXaq
Zombie Alert! - by @Frances_Coppola http://t.co/LN9GtuOijU
Are investors already beginning to forget some of the lessons of the credit crisis? - http://t.co/OD05yySCXp
The banking crisis as an elite debacle, again - http://t.co/I31X7ZKp9U