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  1. Bank Profitability in the Era of Low Interest ...

    The "low-for-long" policy on interest rates presents a major challenge to bank profitability. ...
  2. Citigroup Sued by PIMCO Over Junk Mortgages

    On November 25, 2015, Allianz’s PIMCO unit and other investors filed a lawsuit against ...
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