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Lunch meeting: Will EU banker bonuses be limited by law?

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Will EU banker bonuses be limited by law?

Top European officials debate banker pay. Some say it's too late to stop lawmakers from linking bonuses to salary.

Evercore Partners will make Canadian debut

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The investment banking firm is looking at offices in Toronto and Calgary, according to scuttlebutt.

Banks get back to dealing with distressed properties

Rising foreclosure starts in the U.S. get everyone talking.

Asia's biggest IPO heats up Malaysia

Felda Global Venture Holdings (Malaysia's most diversified agro-based enterprises) raised $3.1 billion. It's the second largest IPO this year after Facebook.

Who needs capital? And how much?

Quick graph of the debt amounts some of the euro countries will issue in the next year. Italy's at the top. Belgium's the bottom.

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Nokia announces one of its worst quarters ever

Research facilities in Burnaby, B.C., and Ulm, Germany get the axe as Nokia looks to reduce operating costs.

Does Europe need a banking union?

Maybe a lot of the change is possible through existing legislative procedures.

Asia's best-performing currency of 2012?

Filipino expats buying property back at home contributed to the peso's 3.7 per cent gain.

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India's lazy growth outlook

Goldman Sachs issued a report that the "Indian stock market does not present an attractive risk/reward entry point."

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