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Some highlights from Monday’s FTfm.
Investors frustrated by banks
Institutional investors are lining up to buy the loan books of European banks but are struggling to put money to work as banks sit tight on their credit portfolios Read more
1.Greece's depression is forcing dis-saving on an epic scale
2.Guest post: Brexit in the echo chamber
4.If the EU is a sinking ship and the UK should leave, then most of the UK is a sinking ship and London should leave
6.Brexit, Reformation edition
7.Ratesetter's provision fund "is going to be pushed to the limit"
8."The profit share finally bites hard"
9. FT Confidential Research: For Li Keqiang, Brexit is both blessing and curse
10.App-only bank Starling loses another chief technology officer
1.Festival of Finance 2016 — the liveblog
2.If the EU is a sinking ship and the UK should leave, then most of the UK is a sinking ship and London should leave
3.Brexit, Reformation edition
4.Guest post: Brexit in the echo chamber
5.Markets Live: Thursday, 30th June, 2016
6.Festival Guide 2016
8.Greece’s depression is forcing dis-saving on an epic scale
9.The widowmaker doesn’t care if this is nuts
10.NIM decay *alert*
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