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[2]Business this week
[3]World’s biggest banks
[4]Rolling up the welcome mat: A crackdown on financial crime means global banks are derisking
[5]European banks: The complicated failure of two Italian lenders
[6]Senior moment: Is Europe’s framework for resolving banks broken?
[7]Schumpeter: Canadian banks don’t face a crisis. They do face a strategic trilemma
[8]Pastures new: A state bail-out of Monte dei Paschi draws near
[9]The popular mandate: Banco Popular fails and is bought by Santander
[10]Relief rally: America’s community banks hope for lighter regulation
[11]Business this week
[12]Horse sense: The British government sells its last shares in Lloyds bank
[13]Bother over Basel: Basel 3, an international capital-adequacy standard, is unloved but much needed
[14]When the music stopped: How the 2007-08 crisis unfolded
[15]Sheep and goats: American banks have recovered well; many European ones much less so
[16]Ten years on: A decade after the crisis, how are the world’s banks doing?
[17]After Dodd-Frank: American banks think they are over-regulated
[18]Thiam’s tweak: Credit Suisse unveils another change of course
[19]A sunny spell: A new mood of optimism infects investors in China’s banks
[20]Schumpeter: Citigroup’s decade of agony is almost over
[21]The public’s interest: Is the Federal Reserve giving banks a $12bn subsidy?
[22]Blues in a different key: Deutsche Bank raises capital, and changes course
[23]Off balance: India’s twin balance-sheet problem
[24]Better does not mean good: British banks are doing better than expected—but the taxpayer is not off the hook yet
[25]From worse to bad: Talk of a bad bank in India

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