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European banks take fright

22 January 2010 By Margaret Doyle

European bank shares have fallen sharply following President Obama’s plan to rein in speculative activities. The direct impact of the Volcker rule on foreign banks in the U.S. is likely to be small. But the latest salvo heralds a more robust attitude towards all investment banks.

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