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O'Malley points to financial regulation as a campaign issue

European Banking Authority will not run stress tests in 2015

Bank of England turns up the heat on accounting firms

Too big to manage? HSBC's chiefs grilled over tax scandal

Italy's approval of Monte dei Paschi deal raises new questions

Bank of Canada to hold fire on interest rates next week: Reuters poll

Bank regulation takes back seat to kick-starting economy

RBS shrinks investment bank, posts 3.5 billion-pound loss

China will keep fiscal policy proactive: vice finance minister

Standard Chartered staff braced for big change under Winters

Barclays will cut investment bank again if performance doesn't improve

RBA surprises on interest rate hold

LME mulls expanding electronic Sword system after Qingdao fraud

EBRD to launch funding in Greece, promoting enterprise

Lloyds raises rare smile - and dividend

Share markets get seven-year itch

Insight - Swiss central bank under scrutiny after franc shock

Swiss central bank under scrutiny after franc shock

Japan data signal slow recovery despite lower energy costs

Israeli interest rates could go below zero - central bank deputy governor

No big bang, but Indian budget goes for growth, investment

Euro zone optimism despite Greece

China cuts rates again in face of weak demand, deflation risk

GSK's new chairman Hampton to take charge in May

US consumer spending, adjusted for inflation, rose in Jan.

Nasdaq closes above 5,000

ATMs, Lottery Machines Seized in Raids in Ohio

For Israeli party, a Palestinian state amounts to 'suicide'

Ukraine crisis seen softening political ground for foreign farm land sales

China parliament to juggle reform drive and slower growth

Congress' dysfunction not limited to Homeland Security fight

Homeland Security not the only area of Congress' dysfunction

Costly shift to new credit cards won't fix security issues

Cameron still waiting for electoral gold from recovering economy

German consumers most confident since dot-com boom

British parliament may be forced from Westminster home: Speaker

Stocks take a break after Nasdaq 5,000

British parliament may be forced from Westminster home - Speaker

Charities that funded Cage, one time supporter of IS's Emwazi, under...

Exclusive: Chicago nears fiscal free fall with latest downgrade

Weak U.S. consumer spending points to slower first-quarter growth

Eurozone showing signs of economic momentum

Roma president: Stadium construction to start by end of year

UK business investment slips as oil prices fall, trade boosts GDP

Samsung unveils sleek new Galaxy phones to battle Apple

Mass anti-immigrant rallies in Rome

Samsung unveils sleek new Galaxy phones to battle Apple

GM's Indonesia closure highlights automakers' emerging markets woes

Playboy Jazz Festival to pay tribute to Gerald Wilson

Mexico president in crisis is losing support of big business

US economic growth in Q4 revised down to 2.2 percent

No deal too small for Lazard’s $500 billion banker

Oil boom's end threatens pain for much of Latin America

Dot-com deja vu: Nasdaq tops 5,000, approaching record high

Japan gyrations underline economy's vulnerability

Asia stock markets edge up after big sell-off

Bombs at mosques in northwest Pakistan kill 15

Spurs top Warriors 102-92 for 2-1 series lead

Local market closes higher as dollar slides against most major currencies

China announces new measures to curb air pollution

Swan welcomes RBA rate cut

BofA leads banks up S&P 500 index ekes out gain

Vikings see the light with design of new stadium

Warriors send series back to San Antonio tied 2-2

Qld Government considers billion-dollar natural disaster levy

Warriors beat Spurs 97-87 in OT, level series 2-2

Star Trek lights up Aussie box office