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Reuters Select: Goldman Sachs resolves its shareholders' resolutions one way or another 10:49am EDT

Reuters Select: Goldman Sachs resolves its shareholders' resolutions one way or another

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BOJ chief Kuroda says 'no reason' to withdraw stimulus now Mar 24 2017

TOKYO Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said there is "no reason" to raise the bank's bond yield targets now with inflation so far from its 2 percent target, offering his strongest denial to date of the chance of withdrawing its massive stimulus any time soon. | Video

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DBS CEO sees wealth management business as key growth driver Mar 02 2017

SINGAPORE Singapore lender DBS Group is expanding its wealth management business and expects the segment will account for as much as a fifth of its revenues in a few years as it capitalizes on a trend of Asia growing richer, its CEO Piyush Gupta said.

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ValueAct's Ubben 'disinvesting' because of high valuations Feb 22 2017

NEW YORK Jeffrey Ubben, the chief executive officer of activist investor ValueAct Capital, told Reuters on Wednesday that his firm had been taking money out of the capital markets as valuations have become overextended, leaving it with $3 billion in cash.

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Australia's ANZ Bank says increasingly cautious on property lending Nov 30 2016

SYDNEY Australia and New Zealand Banking Group has become more cautious about lending to apartment developers and buyers due to concerns that parts of the market are oversupplied and household incomes have stagnated.

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ANZ CEO says taking steps to change culture after scandals Nov 30 2016

SYDNEY Australia and New Zealand Banking Group's transformation into a smaller bank and other steps it is taking will speed up a push to change its business culture, following a series of scandals in the financial sector, its CEO said.