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Bank Results Season: The Citi never burns out of profit (Citigroup reports Q2 2012)

Citi upgrades to B3T1C of 7.9% The latest acronym in town avoids the mouthful Basel III Tier I Capital requirement that has unleashed an unending wave of deleveraging in Europe … Continue reading

July 16, 2012

Citi’s extra dividend caught in the Stress test snarl up | Banking Insight

Citi failed the Comprehensive Capital Review (CCAR) undertaken by the Fed by a whisker, reportedly coming in at 4.9% on the Dec 2013 Capital instead of the 5% figure having … Continue reading

March 14, 2012

Bank of America gets impatient with flailing fortunes

Even as the Financials opened their account in 2012 with a 2% rise in Financials in the first few minutes and Bank of America inched closer to a $6 per … Continue reading

January 3, 2012 · 2 Comments

London, London! Trying a new R for regulation in the UK – Part II >> Empowering the FPC

Caution: The contents of this law are not applicable to non existent European collateral, leveraged balance sheets of Central Banks, International operations of global banks, but may be applicable to … Continue reading

December 20, 2011 · 2 Comments