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European banks face further capital crunch on accounting rules

Unsecured Nomura-backed loan, missing CEO add red flags to China lending

ECB invites banks to tap new funds it hopes will pep up euro zone

Bank borrowing in new ECB loans programme disappoints

EU regulators set to clear Britain's 19 billion euro nuclear project -...

Chief shareholder of Bulgaria's Corpbank surrenders in Serbia

Dubai lender Mashreq sets sights on Egypt and Turkey, says CEO

India's jet-set tycoons crash to earth

Insight - Simon Xie: Jack Ma's unassuming lieutenant at Alibaba

Simon Xie: Jack Ma's unassuming lieutenant at Alibaba

China sticks to targeted support as leaders work on reform

Indebted Chinese firms face off with ratings agencies

Nigerian soldiers sentenced to death for mutiny: court martial

Relief over Scotland gives way to 'Great Stagnation' worries

Insight - Campaign donations highlight winners, losers in Brazil election

Campaign donations highlight winners, losers in Brazil election

Unification Church founder Rev. Moon dies at 92

FACT CHECK: Obama and the phantom peace dividend

$1 million donations wanted for Obama inauguration

Big bankers defend against critics amid crisis

Greece grapples with strikes despite mobilization

Stocks drop for a fourth straight day

Insight - Batista's Brazilian empire was sunk by more than hubris

Insight - Verizon, Vodafone CEOs talked in gym, agreed on price at...

Verizon markets $61 billion bridge loan for Vodafone deal: sources

Bank of England sits tight over rate, stimulus

Analysis: Detroit seeks key court ruling to infuse bankrupt city with cash

Westpac buys CFAL from Lloyds for $1.45b

Westpac buys Lloyds' Australian assets for $1.37 bn

How higher rates touch consumers, firms, investors

BHP sells iron ore mine stake to Japanese

Why worry? Less aid by Fed would point to recovery

Locals wait and see as rural finance company GSI freezes operations

Morgan Stanley CFO: Companies 'very cautious'

Bob Jane says son robbed him of empire

Greece to break up state power company for money

Sen. Carl Levin will not seek re-election in 2014

Banks to see the positive in borrowers