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Top banks say London forex rigging case filed too late

By Kirstin Ridley LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Eight of the world's biggest banks, including Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE , Goldman Sachs GS.N and Bank of America BAC.N , say it is unfair to rope them into a vast London lawsuit over alleged collusion in the foreign exchange market. The banks, which were sued in 2020 by 11 investment fund groups such as Allianz, PIMCO, BlueCrest and Brevan Howard, told London's specialist Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) on Thursday the claims against them had simply b
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Abu Dhabi power transmission project signs $3.2 bln financing

DUBAI, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi Offshore Power Transmission Company has secured more than $3.2 billion in financing with export credit agencies and banks for an offshore electricity transmission project, the Japan Bank for International Cooperation said in a statement. The financing is to build and operate a high-voltage direct current offshore power transmission system linking two offshore production facilities owned by state-controlled oil giant Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) to A
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Prime brokers fight for clients after Credit Suisse's exit

By Carolina Mandl NEW YORK, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The departure of Credit Suisse Group AG CSGN.S from the business of servicing hedge funds unleashed a battle for market share among banks, with the three biggest players getting bigger, according to prime brokers and new industry data. Credit Suisse said in November it would exit prime brokerage, which provides financing, custody, clearing and advisory services to hedge funds and institutional clients.
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U.S. SEC's crypto guidelines push up costs for lenders, disrupting projects

By Hannah Lang and Michelle Price WASHINGTON, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Banks' cryptocurrency projects have been upended by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) accounting guidance that would make it too capital-intensive for lenders to hold crypto tokens on behalf of clients, according to more than half a dozen people with knowledge of the matter.
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Big banks to rake in record profits from commodities this year

By Peter Hobson LONDON, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Investment banks are set to make a record-breaking $20 billion trading and financing commodities like oil, gas and metals in 2022, more than triple what they earned in the years before COVID-19, analytics firm Coalition Greenwich told Reuters. Banks such as Goldman Sachs GS.N , Citi C.N and Macquarie MQG.AX have benefitted from massive volatility and supply chain disruption in commodities markets that began in 2020 and increased this year with Russia's
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Dutch lender Rabobank finds new CEO at BNP Paribas

AMSTERDAM, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Dutch lender Rabobank on Monday said it would appoint Belgian Stefaan Decraene as its new chairman. Decraene is currently retail and commercial banking chief at BNP Paribas BNPP.PA and will succeed Wiebe Draijer, who last year said he would step down on Oct. 1 2022. Rabobank is known globally as an agricultural lender and is also the largest mortgage lender in the Netherlands.
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ECB steps in as banks dip toes in crypto pool

By Huw Jones LONDON, Aug 17 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank (ECB) said on Wednesday it would harmonise how banks offer cryptoassets to ensure they have enough capital and expertise in a sector some European Union lawmakers have described as the Wild West. Several crypto companies like Binance and Crypto.com have been authorised in EU countries such as Italy, France, Spain, Greece or Germany after complying with national safeguards to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
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Credit Agricole joins French rivals in upbeat Q2, shares jump

* Q2 profits beat consensus * Record activity in CIB * Shares lead European banks in morning trading By Julien Ponthus PARIS, Aug 4 (Reuters) - French banking group Credit Agricole's CAGR.PA shares rose sharply on Thursday after it joined rivals BNP Paribas BNPP.PA and Societe Generale SOGN.PA in announcing better-than-expected quarterly profits driven by buoyant investment banking.
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French bank Credit Agricole beats expectations in Q2 amid record CIB activity

PARIS, Aug 4 (Reuters) - Credit Agricole SA CAGR.PA beat market expectations for second-quarter profits amid record activity in its investment banking division as torrid financial markets boosted clients' demand for hedging products. Net income came in at 1.98 billion euros ($2 billion), a figure about 800 million euros higher than the average estimate of analysts.
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SocGen reports smaller-than-expected loss after costly Russia exit

* 3.3 bln euro hit from Russian unit sale * Q2 loss at 1.5 bln vs expectations of over 2 bln * Revenues came in higher than expected By Julien Ponthus PARIS, Aug 3 (Reuters) - Buoyant retail and investment banking activity helped Societe Generale SOGN.PA to report a smaller-than-expected loss in the second quarter as it absorbed a 3.3-billion-euro hit following the sale of its Russia business.
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SocGen posts better than expected Q2 loss after Russia sale

PARIS, Aug 3 (Reuters) - French bank Societe Generale posted a better-than-expected loss of 1.48 billion euros ($1.51 billion) in the second quarter as buoyant activity across retail and investment banking helped it offset losses from the sale of its Russian unit. France's third biggest listed bank had said the sale of the unit, Rosbank, would trigger a 3.3 billion euro hit.
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BNP Paribas Q2 profits buoyed by investment banking

By Julien Ponthus PARIS, July 29 (Reuters) - French bank BNP Paribas BNPP.PA reported better-than-expected profit in the second quarter after bad loan provisions dipped and its investment banking division thrived amid torrid financial markets. France's biggest-listed lender said on Friday its net income rose 9.1% to 3.18 billion euros ($3.25 billion) year-on-year while an informal consensus circulating among analysts saw net income at only about 2.70 billion euros.
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BNP Paribas: investment banking, sound loans boost Q2 profits

PARIS, July 29 (Reuters) - French bank BNP Paribas BNPP.PA reported better than expected profits in the second quarter as bad loan provisions dipped despite the economic slowdown and business remained buoyant, particularly in investment banking, amid torrid global markets. France's biggest listed lender said on Friday that net income rose 9.1% year-on-year to 3.18 billion euros ($3.25 billion) while an informal consensus circulating among analysts saw net income at only about 2.70 billion euros.
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Take Five: It's a Fed hot summer

July 22 - A likely second straight 75 basis point rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve will keep markets on their toes in the week ahead, just as investors digest a wave of earnings from corporate America and Europe. The prospect of early elections in Italy after the collapse of the government means there's plenty of political drama too, and Australia's latest inflation numbers may add to pressure on the country's central bank to get ahead of the curve.
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Take Five: It's a Fed hot summer

July 22 - A likely second straight 75 basis point rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve will keep markets on their toes in the week ahead, just as investors digest a wave of earnings from corporate America and Europe. The prospect of early elections in Italy after the collapse of the government means there's plenty of political drama too, and Australia's latest inflation numbers may add to pressure on the country's central bank to get ahead of the curve.
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BNP Paribas' global head of prime services leaves

By Sinead Cruise and Lawrence White LONDON, July 22 (Reuters) - BNP Paribas' BNPP.PA global head of prime services Ashley Wilson has resigned, the bank confirmed late on Thursday in response to a Reuters report. "BNP Paribas would like to extend our thanks and best wishes to Ashley Wilson as he pursues opportunities outside of the bank," a spokesperson for the French lender said.
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The French "Livret A" bank savings rate will double to 2%-Le Maire

PARIS, July 15 (Reuters) - France's Livret A bank savings rate - held by millions of customers across the country - will be raised from 1% to 2% in August, the second increase of the year amidst soaring inflation, French Finance minister Bruno Le Maire said Friday. "Concerning the Livret A (...) we chose to act on the recommendations of the Governor of the Banque of France," Le Maire told Le Parisien newspaper, adding the Livret A rate will reach its highest level in 10 years.
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Singapore's policy quirk lures bank funding rush

* Singapore dollar debt pricing attractive vs U.S. dollar markets * Private banks doing most of the buying * Trend can continue as broad macro mood sours - bankers By Tom Westbrook and Rae Wee SINGAPORE, July 12 (Reuters) - Global banks are rushing to sell bonds in Singapore, where unique monetary settings have opened a favourable borrowing window that puts the city-state's debt markets on course for the biggest year of bank-capital raising in more than a decade.
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Hong Kong exchange enlists HSBC, Tencent to help create carbon market

By Selena Li HONG KONG, July 5 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's stock exchange said on Tuesday it had enlisted banks including HSBC HSBA.L and companies such as China's Tencent 0700.HK to help it develop a global carbon market. Worldwide efforts to combat climate change have spawned voluntary carbon markets, which allow emitters to offset their carbon by purchasing so-called credits, which are issued by projects targeted at removing or cutting emissions.
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Brutal first half puts bonds in line for worst year in decades

* U.S. Treasuries down 11%, set for worst year since at least 1973 * Euro zone govt, corporate bonds also see double-digit losses * Most of Treasury sell-off likely over, but outlook hard to read By Yoruk Bahceli June 30 (Reuters) - If dramatic losses seen in the first half of 2022 are maintained over the coming months, U.S. and European government bond markets are set for their worst year in decades in another sign the long bond bull-run may be over.
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