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March 4, 2013
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  • QE3 is going smoothly, Fed's Potter says
    The Federal Reserve's third round of quantitative easing hasn't disrupted the markets, said Simon Potter of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. "So far, there seems to be little evidence that the current pace of purchases is straining the market's ability to deliver securities to us," Potter said. Reuters (3/1) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Goldman continued to rein in risk last year
    Goldman Sachs Group's risk levels last year were the lowest they have been since 2005, and it saw no days with trading losses $75 million or more. Goldman did, however, see the number of days with trading gains of at least $100 million decrease from 54 to 41. Reuters (3/1) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Banks express concerns about consequences of regulations
    A Citigroup securities filing says a Dodd-Frank Act provision forcing overseas branches to comply with U.S. derivatives rules might cost the bank customers. Clients "have expressed an unwillingness to continue to deal with overseas branches of U.S. banks if the rules would subject them to these requirements," according to Citigroup. Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs says ring-fencing subsidiaries would force the bank to hold more capital. Bloomberg (3/1) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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The man who insists upon seeing with perfect clearness before he decides, never decides. Accept life, and you must accept regret."
--Henri Frédéric Amiel,
Swiss philosopher, poet and critic


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