You seem angry? The link & my comments were not intended to cause you aggravation. It was the first time I read an analyst question whether Lloyds would pass the tests. (I had expected them to pass with flying colours.) I thought it would be helpful to post it. Were you aware of the article before my post?
mixed messages by Central banks have wiped £148 bn of UK stock market values alone have n't got a number for the global total. Some have undoubted made a few bob but many many punters have lost shed loads. Too bad lets keep bashing the bankers though cos it is all their fault. knighthood and peerage nominations anyone.
The Bank of England has launched a full-blooded counter-attack on the EU cap on banker bonuses, calling it the “wrong policy” just one day after after the European Banking Authority set a December 31 deadline for EU watchdogs to crack down on the use of role-based “allowances”, which are being used by investment banks to circumvent the bonus cap. In a sign of mounting tension between EU countries over pay, Andrew Bailey, the chief of the BoE’s Prudential Regulation Authority, said the debate over bonuses was “misguided” and that variable pay should play a significant role in banker remuneration. The UK is expected to ignore the year-end deadline set in the EBA opinion, which does not carry legal force, instead waiting for more detailed guidelines on pay from the EBA in 2015.(Financial Times)
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