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Your Weekly Recommendations Monday, July 24, 2017
 
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Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of July 24
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Keeping Score: For Mets Fans, Sundays at Citi Field Are No Fun to Watch
The New York Times • Stuart Elliott
Bank Of America To Dublin - As With Others, City's Post-Brexit EU Problem Is Trivial To Solve
Forbes • Contributor, Tim Worstall
Back To Basics For American Express With Focus On Affluent Customers
Forbes • Contributor, Trefis Team
Brexit woe: London’s still calling U.S. bankers even as they prepare to flee
Politico • Patrick Temple-West
Bank of America Chooses Dublin as Post-‘Brexit’ European Hub
The New York Times • Chad Bray
Mastercard welcomes UK court ruling to block $18 billion class action suit
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Bank of America picks Dublin as EU base after Brexit
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Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of July 24
The New York Times
The Treasury’s schedule of financing this week includes Monday’s regular weekly auction of new three- and six-month bills and an auction of four-week bills on Tuesday. At the close of the New York cash market on Friday, the rate on the outstanding...
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NSE IFSC to launch F&O contracts in Apple, Alibaba and others
The Economic Times of IndiaPti
NEW DELHI: NSE IFSC Ltd will launch single derivative contracts in 15 global stocks, including giants like Apple Inc, Facebook and Alibaba, as also trade in three additional currencies, including Swiss franc and the US dollar. In a circular, the exchange announced...
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Interest Rate Lift Off
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Summary Big banks prepare for higher rates. There's a lot of ways to play the banking space. But at least one bank stands out for us, and a big-name investor. Second quarter 2017 earnings reports rolled in with major banks reporting robust...
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Keeping Score: For Mets Fans, Sundays at Citi Field Are No Fun to Watch
The New York TimesStuart Elliott
There’s a romantic comedy from 1963, “Sunday in New York,” with a bubbly, Sinatra-style theme song that’s played over the sound system before the Mets take the field for their Sunday home games. These days, these lyrics really catch fans’ ears: If...
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Bank Of America To Dublin - As With Others, City's Post-Brexit EU Problem Is Trivial To Solve
ForbesContributor, Tim Worstall
Bank of America has announced that it is to use Dublin as its post-Brexit base to service the remnant European Union. What this shows is that, despite the wailing and gnashing of teeth there has been over the issue, the problem of...
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Back To Basics For American Express With Focus On Affluent Customers
ForbesContributor, Trefis Team
Earlier this week, American Express managed to comfortably beat investor expectations for its second quarter results. A sizable jump in card purchase volumes coupled with improving net interest margins helped the card lending giant mitigate the impact of higher operating expenses as...
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Brexit woe: London’s still calling U.S. bankers even as they prepare to flee
PoliticoPatrick Temple-West
Nord Anglia International School Dublin is not even scheduled to open until September 2018, but its slots are already going fast thanks to some of the wealthiest foreigners in the region: American bankers. Three U.S. banks operating in London have contacted the...
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Bank of America Chooses Dublin as Post-‘Brexit’ European Hub
The New York TimesChad Bray
LONDON — Bank of America said on Friday that it had chosen Dublin as its future European Union hub, the latest major financial services firm to outline its plans to deal with Britain’s departure from the 28-nation bloc. Many banks and financial...
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Mastercard welcomes UK court ruling to block $18 billion class action suit
MarketWatchCiaralinnane
Mastercard Inc. on Friday welcomed a decision by a U.K. court to block a 14 billion pound ($18 billion) class action suit against the company that alleged it had overcharged more than 45 million Britons over a 16-year stretch. The Competition Appeal...
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Bank of America picks Dublin as EU base after Brexit
Reuters
LONDON/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Bank of America on Friday became the first Wall Street lender to pick Dublin as its new base for its European Union operations as Britain prepares to leave the bloc.
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