Banking Weekly
  • Shadow banking, payday lenders, and the return of the CDS Jun 16, 2014 - 6:30 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined on the line by Jamil Anderlini, Beijing bureau chief, for news of the Chinese shadow banking sector, marking the start of a week-long FT series on shadow banking across the globe. Daniel Schäfer looks at credit default swaps, which have dropped in price and are proving more attractive than pricier government bonds. Finally, Martin Arnold has news from the UK payday lending sector, where Wonga's founder-chairman is departing and high street banks are considering entering the market
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