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Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A. provides banking products and services in Brazil and internationally. The company offers commercial banking, investment, mortgage, leasing, credit card, and foreign exchange services, as well as various lending and

From QE To Negative Interest, Your Savings On The Verge Of Being Worthless
From QE To Negative Interest, Your Savings On The Verge Of Being Worthless Europe is sticking with negative rates to help capitalize its over-levered banks who can then keep consumer credit cheap, while getting free cash from the European Central Bank to lend to them. Consumer credit, mortgages, are still between 2% and 5

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Capstone Asset Management Company Closes Out Stake in Central Pacific Financial Corp. (CPF)
Central Pacific Financial Corp. (NYSE:CPF) last posted its quarterly earnings data on Thursday, January 28th. The financial services provider reported $0.34 EPS for the quarter, hitting the Zacks' consensus estimate of $0.34. On average, equities

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Australian financial chiefs lash poor banking culture amid fresh CBA scandal

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Two of Australia's most senior financial officials called into question the integrity of the country's top banks on Friday, saying they risked losing public trust in the wake of unprecedented money-laundering and terror financing allegations.

The latest scandal to rock Australia's highly profitable "Big Four" banks is potentially the worst, with Commonwealth Bank of Australia accused by the financial intelligence agency of allowing criminals to launder millions of dollars.

Australia's biggest mortgage lender has blamed a software coding error and vowed to fight the allegations in court, but on Friday its problems deepened when the corporate regulator expressed fresh concerns about CBA's management and said it was opening a separate investigation.

Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) Chairman Greg Medcraft complained that CBA executives had not informed him of the compliances problems during a meeting he held with them two days before they were made public last week.

Is criminalizing predatory lending better than unfairly taxing families to bailout bankers' greed/Wall Street?

Secretary of the Treasurry Henry Paulson and his $700billion bailout of Wall Street Financial firms and reckless bankers is no less than a fraud perpetrated against the average Amrerican family.

They can criminalize all they want. All that;s going to do is cost more tax money to pay the lawyers to prosecute. The gov't is still going to steal our money to pay Wall Street.