Monthly Archives: February 2016

This is Money
RBS shares slide as losses continue
BBC News
Chief executive Ross McEwan told the BBC's Today programme: "Low interest rates do hurt banks and it's very clear interest rates will stay lower for much longer now. "The UK and Republic of Ireland have quite strong economies… but you are seeing a …
Royal Bank of Scotland racks up its eighth straight loss amid litigationThis is Money
RBS shares crisis threatens higher losses from public bank bail-outCommonSpace
RBS piles up £50bn in losses since crisisFinancial Times –East Anglian Daily Times
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Financial Times
UK banks vulnerable to global shock, economist warns
The Guardian
Britain's banks are vulnerable to a global financial shock despite efforts to shore up their finances, according to the official who led the inquiry into the safety of UK banks following the 2008 crash. Sir John Vickers, who led the Independent
BoE and Vickers square up over who is toughest on UK banksFinancial Times
John Vickers says banks still need more
UK Banks Need Stronger Capital BuffersWall Street Journal –BBC News
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Wall Street Journal
Banks Wrestle With 'Brexit' Risk
Wall Street Journal
“There's been a marked uptick in conversations with clients about the potential impact of a 'Brexit' since the beginning of the year,” says Melanie Richards, vice chairwoman at KPMG UK, a consultant to the major banks. “But these are more around
EU Brexit 2016: Banks On Both Sides Of The Atlantic Wary Of UK Breaking Away From European UnionInternational Business Times
US Banks Endorse British Prime Minister To Stay In EUDaily Caller

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