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  1. Indonesia's economy expanded 5.06% in the July-September period from a year ago, a little below

    Commentary: Indonesia bids for leadership in multilateral development banks

    Indonesia has positioned itself to be a leading international donor, says Retno Maruti, senior policy analyst at Indonesia's Ministry of Finance.
  2. Morning commuters walk on Wall Street in New York's financial district

    Bank branches lose influence in battle for US market share: study

    In a world with fewer branches, banks will need to rely more heavily on advertising to win market share, according to a study released on Thursday ...
  3. A Wells Fargo ATM machine is shown in Los Angeles, California

    As loans and revenue shrink, Wells Fargo leans on cost cuts

    Wells Fargo & Co on Tuesday said quarterly revenue fell 5 percent, hurt by lower revenue across all of its businesses, including community ...
  4. Traders work on the floor of the NYSE in New York

    Recent market 'jolt' will be first of many as easy money era ends, says BIS

    Recent sharp selloffs across global financial markets are probably the first of many, as investors adjust to a world of tighter monetary ...
  5. A woman stands next to a TymeBank client onboarding kiosk in Johannesburg

    Digital newcomers out to disrupt South African banking

    Armed with low-cost operating models, three South African digital banks are betting on aggressive pricing and data analytics to attract ...
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    Deutsche Bank Americas head expected to leave: sources

  7. General view of the financial district and The Shard skyscraper in London

    Britain's Barclays, Lloyds shock in EU bank stress test

    Britain's Barclays and Lloyds were the surprise laggards in a European Union bank health check on Friday, alongside Banco BPM , one of the ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: The Federal Reserve building is pictured in Washington, DC

    Federal Reserve unveils proposal to ease regulations for larger banks

    The U.S. Federal Reserve unveiled a proposal on Wednesday that would ease regulations for banks with less than US$700 billion in assets.
  9. A man walks past ATM machines at a National Australia Bank branch in Sydney, Australia

    Institutional investors turn their backs on Australian banks

    Investors are turning against Australia's big banks as earnings tumble, growth plans are abandoned, and fee income cut in the fallout from a ...