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Analysis: Greek debt shadow looms over European banks

A Greek debt restructuring might only cost a handful of French and German banks a few hundred millions euros each, but could undermine this summer's health check of European lenders. Full story

Ex-SocGen trader sentenced to 3-year jail term

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A jailed former Societe Generale <SOGN.PA> trader convicted of theft of speed-trading computer code secrets was sentenced to 36 months in prison on Monday. Full story

Assessing Market Risks

   Frederic Oudea, chairman and CEO of Societe Generale, assesses the threat of oil and credit woes to global markets. David Simon of Twin Capital Management also weighs in.

Foreign banks suspend Ivory Coast operations

Ivory Coast's biggest bank, a unit of Societe Generale, said it was suspending its activities on Thursday, the latest in an exodus of foreign banks that is turning political crisis into financial meltdown. Full story

SocGen's Q4 profits bounce back

By Lionel Laurent and Matthieu Protard Full story

SocGen deputy CEO says 2011 started off better than Q4

PARIS (Reuters) - Market activity since the start of 2011 has improved from the fourth quarter 2010, which was hit by the rescue of Ireland and sovereign debt fears, French bank Societe Generale's <SOGN.PA> deputy chief executive told Reuters Insider television. Full story

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Ex-trader jailed, told to repay $6.7 billion


  Reacting to Jobs Report

What the latest employment data means for the economy, with Stephen Gallagher, Societe Generale.

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