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  • HSBC is betting on China's Pearl River Delta for growth, but the region's patchy development underlines the risks in the bank's Asia "pivot" strategy.

  • Huge growth in China’s money funds poses risk Sunday, 14 Jun 2015 | 2:43 AM ET

    China's online money market funds have transformed how millions of Chinese invest their savings, but some see red flags. The FT reports.

  • DIARY- Top Economic Events to June 26 Friday, 12 Jun 2015 | 8:01 PM ET

    DUBLIN- Central Bank of Ireland Director of Policy and Risk Gerry Cross and European Commissioner for Financial Services Jonathan Hill speak at the FIBI International Banking Conference 2015. VIENNA- Austrian National Bank hosts conference on long-term perspectives for economic growth. Speakers:- European Central Bank Governing Council member Ewald...

  • Here's why financials are moving higher: Darst Friday, 12 Jun 2015 | 5:03 PM ET
    David Darst

    The financials were the best performing sector of the week, and it wasn't just in anticipation of rising rates, David Darst said.

  • CAIRO, June 12- Libya's official government, based in the east since fleeing the capital, has so far failed to sell oil by itself, despite setting up a Dubai bank account and new central bank unit, industry and banking sources say. The internationally recognised government said in March it wanted oil buyers to pay through a new state oil firm with an account in Dubai...

  • *Greece talks suffer setback after IMF quits. June 12- U.S. stocks declined late Friday afternoon as Greek debt talks hit a stalemate and worries resurfaced over how soon the Federal Reserve might raise interest rates. Adding to cautiousness a day after the International Monetary Fund quit bailout talks with Greece, EU officials said they had held their first...

  • Morgan Stanley is our top pick: Pro Friday, 12 Jun 2015 | 9:48 AM ET
    Morgan Stanley is our top pick: Pro

    Eric Wasserstorm, Guggenheim Securities, discusses whether big banks will continue to reach highs and forecasts opportunity in the financial sector.

  • Bitcoin provider going fee-less Friday, 12 Jun 2015 | 8:00 AM ET
    Bitcoin provider going fee-less

    Bitreserve is making currency exchanges free on its bitcoin platform.

  • BEIJING, June 12- The Internet bank affiliate of China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on Friday touted its in-house cloud computing system as an alternative to the U.S. technology that the government wants to purge from the domestic financial sector. The new technology systems of soon-to-launch MYbank would avoid products from IBM Corp, Oracle Corp and EMC Corp,...

  • *Central banks prepares to pare back emergency funds for Greece. FRANKFURT, June 12- Fearful that one of euro zone's members could drop out of the bloc, the European Central Bank is set to keep Greece on a funding drip until the end of the month but a default will leave it little choice but to start turning off life support. As political negotiations to release euro...

  • NEW YORK, June 12- The sharp bond market selloff is starting to pinch American consumers and companies, causing a mild economic tightening that, if sustained, could raise alarms at the Federal Reserve and even delay a plan to hike interest rates in coming months. And I do think that they will try to micro-manage the market, "said Craig Dismuke, chief economic...

  • India's push to offer banking for all stumbles Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 8:19 PM ET
    An employee serves customers inside a branch of Gramin Bank of Aryavat (GBA), sponsored by Bank of India, in the village of Khurana, Uttar Pradesh, India.

    More than half of a record 160 million bank accounts opened in India as part of a drive to offer banking to all are still empty.

  • MUMBAI/ NEW DELHI, June 12- More than half of a record 160 million accounts opened in India as part of a drive to offer banking to all are still empty, illustrating the massive task ahead for one of the government's most high-profile campaigns and the strain on banks. But while millions signed up- the volume of accounts made a Guinness World Record and Modi hit his...

  • FRANKFURT, June 11- The head of the European Central Bank has defended a private discussion about money printing plans with a group of hedge funds, saying closed-door meetings with special audiences helped the ECB do its job. A top ECB official, Benoit Coeure, had said at a dinner in London attended by hedge funds, academics and bankers that the central bank would...

  • WARSAW, June 11- The head of Polish insurer PZU confirmed the company was interested in buying the local banking units of Raiffeisen and GE, and said other lenders outside Poland's top five could be potential acquisition targets. PZU, central Europe's biggest insurer which is controlled by the Polish government, said last month it had agreed to acquire a...

  • RBS share sale: What's hiding in the woodshed? Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 6:10 AM ET

    The UK government will put its Royal Bank of Scotland shares on the block over the next few years – but will investors want to buy into the stock?

  • Banks: A 'screaming buy' Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 5:30 AM ET
    Banks: A 'screaming buy'

    Marty Mosby, director of bank and equity strategies at Vining Sparks, says they are overweight on the banking sector and gives his outlook for the sector.

  • UK bank levy will be reviewed next month: Pro Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 12:15 AM ET
    UK bank levy will be reviewed next month: Pro

    Andrew Naylor, executive director at Cicero Group, discusses the debate over the U.K. bank levy.

  • Bailed-out African Bank warns of more losses Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 4:03 AM ET

    JOHANNESBURG, June 11- Bailed-out African Bank Ltd plunged to an annual loss of 9.3 billion rand and warned of more pain ahead as it cuts back on the risky lending that forced South Africa to orchestrate a rescue last year. African Bank said it lost 9.3 billion rand in the year ended September 2014 compared with a loss 6 billion a year earlier. The bank made loans...

  • *Bank of Korea takes base rate to a record low 1.5 pct. SYDNEY, June 11- New Zealand and South Korea cut interest rates on Thursday to counter the effects of sluggish global demand, and in particular subdued exports to China, their largest export market. Worries aired on Thursday by central bankers in both New Zealand and South Korea over China's slowdown, however,...

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