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Credit Agricole gets capital boost as profit climbs

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Credit Agricole reported a sharp rise in its core capital ratio to 12.4 percent, as the bank took advantage of higher profits and a sale of a stake in investment company Eurazeo to beef up its financial position.

Standard Charted spooks markets

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Standard Chartered roiled credit markets in Europe on Tuesday, when the bank broke with convention by saying it wouldn’t buy back its junior bonds at the first opportunity.

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Bloomberg reports that Citigroup suspended investment banker Margaret Ren, the daughter-in-law of former Chinese Premier Zhao Ziyang, in 2004, after the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) started probing the company's investment banking operations in China, specifically the 2003 $3.5bn China Life Insurance share offer. Ms Ren left Citigroup one month after the suspension, after the firm claimed that she presented the company and regulators with false information.

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Credit Agricole gets capital boost as profit climbs

Credit Agricole reported a sharp rise in its core capital ratio to 12.4 percent, as the bank took advantage of higher profits and a sale of a stake in investment company Eurazeo to beef up its financial position.

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Credit Agricole gets capital boost as profit climbs

Credit Agricole reported a sharp rise in its core capital ratio to 12.4 percent, as the bank took advantage of higher profits and a sale of a stake in investment company Eurazeo to beef up its financial position.