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The Fed is the investor’s friend after all

The Fed is the investor’s friend after all

By PETER LEE

With new voting FOMC members queuing up to proclaim their reluctance to raise rates further, it only remains to be seen how flexible the Fed will be on balance-sheet reduction.

Payments: The march of tech

Payments: The march of tech

By KANIKA SAIGAL

From payments to full retail banking services, tech companies are encroaching on the banking space.

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The Euromoney 25: Class of 2018

The Euromoney 25: Class of 2018

Which bank chief executives are raising a glass to a successful 12 months? How are the newcomers to the party settling in? Who’s hiding in the corner, drowning their sorrows? And will 2019 be a year of feast or famine? Euromoney reveals all in its progress reports for the Class of 2018

The fight to run Australia’s finances

The fight to run Australia’s finances

By ERIC ELLIS

With five prime ministers and five treasurers in six years, Australia’s top two political offices have been likened to an AirBnB short-let, but with an election looming, can the new treasurer Josh Frydenberg keep his surging opponent Chris Bowen from again becoming the country’s top economic policymaker?

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How European banks can consolidate without merging

How European banks can consolidate without merging

By DOMINIC O’NEILL

As Mifid II and shrinking margins pile pressure on single-country firms in Europe, Kepler Cheuvreux is an equities mirror for how Amundi has grown a multi-local asset management platform.

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