Banking Weekly
  • BoE risk report, TSB IPO hit by subdued market, and more on the embattled BNP Paribas Jun 09, 2014 - 5:55 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Sam Fleming for news of the Bank of England's latest systemic risk report. The results showed growing concerns among bankers over geopolitcs but confidence in dealing with any forthcoming property crash. Martin Arnold has the latest on Lloyds' flotation of TSB, where a subdued market is pushing the expected price down to around 15 per cent below book value. Finally, Martin and Michael Stothard, Paris correspondent, have an update on BNP Paribas, where Francois Hollande's appeals to Barack Obama fell on deaf ears, meaning the bank remains on course for a record fine
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