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Lebanese banks open to customers again as life returns to normalcy
Lebanese banks on Friday reopened their doors to customers for the first time in two weeks as the people’s lives start to get back to normal after an unprecedented wave of protests that made Prime Minister Saad Hariri resign.
Iran doing utmost to solve its banking issues in Malaysia: Spokesman
Malaysia 'bullied' into closing Iranian bank accounts: PM
The spokesman for Iran's Foreign Ministry said the country’s embassy in Kuala Lumpur is doing its best to solve problems from banking restrictions considered for Iranian nationals by some financial institutions in Malaysia.
Lebanon banks open again as life returns to normal
Lebanese banks on Friday opened their doors to customers for the first time in two weeks as life started to get back to normal after an unprecedented wave of protests that made Prime Minister Saad Hariri step down on Tuesday.
Ireland banks to take steps to support bereaved customers
The five main banks in Ireland are to set up dedicated phone lines to help bereaved customers, in an effort to improve the care of those who have lost loved ones.
What profits at Canada's big banks are saying about the odds of a recession
If a recession is headed our way, the canaries in the economic coal mine that are most likely to sing its arrival will be Canada's big banks.
Cash for trash: Indonesia village banks on waste recycling
Indonesia’s crackdown on imported foreign waste has upset the village of Bangun, where residents say they earn more money sorting through piles of garbage than growing rice in once-lush paddy fields.
Two UAE banks willing to cooperate with Iran: Financier
A senior Iranian financier said Tuesday banks in the United Arab Emirates are willing to process Iran’s trade and business transactions despite sanctions that have restricted the country’s access to financial services in the Middle East.
Japan’s banks running out of room to cope with negative rates
Japanese banks have spent more than three years trying to flee negative interest rates at home by ramping up lending abroad. Now their escape routes are closing.
UK government staff strike as they rely on food banks to survive
Government staff in the British capital London are the latest group to be forced into poverty in the country as they go on a strike saying missed payments and low pay have left them with nothing to eat.
Australia's big banks search for new customers with cut price fixed loans
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group cut fixed mortgage rates on Friday, the last of the country’s growth-starved big banks to do so in recent weeks as they chase new customers amid lower funding costs.
World's central banks want more gold
India’s central bank is likely to join counterparts in Russia and China scooping up gold this year, adding to its record holdings and lending support to worldwide bullion demand as top economies diversify their reserves.
Some international banks finally seeing their China investments pay off
As China cracks open the door further to its massive financial market, a handful of foreign firms are pulling ahead of the pack.
Can European banks be saved by fresh round of deal making?
The comparisons with US peers just got a lot harder for European banks after a strong showing from J.P. Morgan to kick off earnings season, but could there be fresh revenue on the way for European investment banks, even if it is of their own making?
Half of Japan's regional banks to back Mizuho Bank's new cashless payment system
About half of around 100 regional banks in Japan will introduce a new cashless payment system developed by Mizuho Financial Group Inc. starting in late March, sources close to the matter said on Saturday.

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