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Today, February the 14th, St. Valentine was beheaded in 278 A.D. In 1900, South Africa was invaded by 20,000 British troops during the second Boer war. 383 more words

Debt

Biggest EU Banks Embark on the Mother of All Debt Binges

A hot new bail-in-able debt instrument cooked up by financial engineers in France

Spain’s three biggest banks, Banco Santander, BBVA and Caixa Bank, have got off to a flying start this year having issued €8.6 billion in new debt, seven times the amount they sold during the same period of last year. 203 more words

The Euro Debacle

EU's financial threats to 'euro-quitters' could also threaten UK and Brexit

The EU leaders are now trying to bully member states into staying by demanding that if they leave the Euro, all their debts must be settled in full, immediately. 435 more words

Brexit

Gemalto secures Wa! (the multi-service mobile wallet from BNP Paribas)

Gemalto is supplying BNP Paribas, a leading European bank, with Mobile Protector, a highly secure solution to protect Wa!, an innovative multi-brand, omni-channel mobile wallet that combines payments, shopping coupons and loyalty programs. 320 more words

Featured

Decoded: Why RBI unexpectedly kept rates unchanged amid cash crunch

RBI left its key policy rate unchanged at 6.25 per cent. The decision was largely unexpected by markets but not by BNP Paribas. We were in a small minority expecting unchanged policy rates. 137 more words

National

BANKER DON KING CALLS FOR ISIS TO RAPE AND BEHEAD MELANIA - THEN TOLD FBI HE WAS HACKED, BUT WAS NOT!...FROM MACHO BANKER TO TUTU -WEARING SNOWFLAKE!

  

DERANGED!   Don King, a senior banker with BNP Paribas told ISIS to rape and behead Melania Trump. Then he blamed hackers for his tweet – except he was not hacked at all as pointed out by others.  152 more words

POLITICS

Mexico to bear the brunt of Trump

The news of Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 US election has focused investors’ attention on the implications for Mexico. However, there many other regional implications – particularly for the economies of central America – that will play out over the coming days, weeks and months. 848 more words

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