How banks allegedly rigged the $5.3bn foreign exchange market.
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Portugal's Espirito Santo Group shows that complex, opaque corporate structures with embedded banks create moral hazard and the risk of fraud.
The size of new mortgages compared with borrower incomes is rising, suggesting households are becoming more vulnerable to income and interest rate shocks. Will macroprudential regulation be enough?
A majority of economists surveyed by the Centre for Macroeconomics think it is time to use macroprudential tools to calm the UK's housing market.
Is it possible to embrace big banks, while disavowing Too Big To Fail?
The growth in foreign ownership in the UK is something to be welcomed, not feared. Foreign firms increase competition and help disseminate new ideas as local firms copy business methods and innovation.
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Focus your attentions on a fund’s process, not its manager - http://t.co/A7bd0YnUZp
Vicious Cycle 2.0: European bank interconnectedness and vulnerabilities - http://t.co/AyAo39XtAz
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