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# Banking Reform

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# Banking
Mortgage holders could save thousands by switching when fixed rate ends - consumer watchdog
The CCPC told the Department of Finance that it is concerned by the “impending increase” in the concentration of Ireland’s retail banking sector.
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# the markets
Going down: Markets fall across Europe as Spain sells off €2.9bn of bonds
Spain paid a higher interest rate on the short-term bonds as markets have reacted badly to the ongoing uncertainty in Greece and the wider eurozone.
# Banking
Explainer: How can JP Morgan lose $2bn in less than six weeks?
There has been some alarm and many questions as to how America’s biggest bank lost so much money.
# British Banks
Britain's banks told to split retail and investment arms
An independent commission tells banks that they must secure customers’ deposits from the risks of poor investments.
Should An Post have a role in banks restructuring plans?
Postmasters’ union says the post office should become “a channel of choice” for providing banking services in remote areas.
# Mortgages
Time for transparency on mortgage rates
Financial Regulator calls for clarity on tracker mortgages.
# Credit Unions
Credit unions next for stress tests
Central Bank and Financial Regulator announce plan to review credit union sector.
# US Investigators
Goldman Sachs, Elan agree to massive payouts
US investigations result in each company paying hundreds of millions in compensation.
# Optimism
Banks not withholding credit from SMEs - report
AIB and BOI submit SME lending plans.