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Afternoon meeting: Who is next in the Libor probe?

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How bad is it, who's next and how far-reaching will the impact be?

ECB balance sheet breakdown
The total assets of the European Central Bank have exceeded €3.1-trillion.

Decision made in the TransAlta case
Alberta Utilities Commission upholds the $370,000 fine for manipulating power prices in the province.

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Fewer companies adding jobs
Companies planning to hire new permanent staff drops.

Silicon Valley's lack of shareholder rights
How the kings and queens of the Internet rule far from the realm of shareholders.

Hong Kong regulator says IPO applications suck
Despite stricter rules, Securities and Futures Commission said says it still sees poor-quality paperwork.

Einhorn's all in
Greenlight Capital president David Einhorn finished in third place at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, with a $4.35-million reward.

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