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Noteworthy News 02/07/2010


Volcker to defend bank rules - Financial Times

Stimulating debate: The markets, and developed economies, are too dependent on government action – The Economist

An opportunity wasted: The problems are obvious. How to deal with them is not - The Economist

A very European crisis: The sorry state of Greece’s public finances is a test not only for the country’s policymakers but also for Europe’s - The Economist

Goldman’s payment demands on AIG probed: report - Reuters

Ex-BofA chief Lewis charged with fraud -CNN Money


Economic Outlook: uneven recoveries emphasised - Financial Times

G-7 Report Pushes for More Exchange-Rate Flexibility - Bloomberg

Swine Acronym Ordered Out of Barclays Capital Reports – Bloomberg


Toyota to recall Prius hybrid in Japan - Financial Times

CIT Taps Ex-Merrill Chief John Thain to Run 102-Year-Old Lender - Bloomberg

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