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Banks grapple with big losses but still award huge bonuses

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Banks grapple with big losses but still award huge bonuses

The Royal Bank of Scotland has become the leading symbol of the U.K.'s banking crisis. RBS announced more big losses this week yet still found room to award its employees almost $2.5 billion in bonuses. That has sparked a good deal of outrage. The bank's rationale for the bonuses is similar to what many U.S. banks have said to justify big payouts.

Posted: February 26, 2010 14:20   Comments: 61
An uneven global economy is cause for concern in 2010

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An uneven global economy is cause for concern in 2010

Roben Farzad of BusinessWeek discusses the economic fluctuations in Britain, across Europe and elsewhere. He explains how Britain and the UK face identity crises in determining what they can do to dig out of the economic crisis.

Posted: October 23, 2009 13:28   Comments: 0
World markets rally in response to U.S. bank rescue plan

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World markets rally in response to U.S. bank rescue plan

Peter Coy of BusinessWeek magazine discusses how major world markets responded to the Obama administration's bank rescue plan and foreign banks being bailed out by U.S. taxpayers.

Posted: March 23, 2009 13:55   Comments: 0
Citigroup bailout reverberates abroad

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Citigroup bailout reverberates abroad

Robert Lenzner of Forbes magazine discusses the U.S. bailout of Citigroup and the situation of foreign banks.

Posted: November 24, 2008 13:29   Comments: 1
Asian markets realign with Western economies

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Asian markets realign with Western economies

New York Times editor describes the Asian market's struggle with the challenges faced by American and European banks.

Posted: September 16, 2008 18:01   Comments: 1

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