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Now the election is behind us and Brexit is underway, Lord Andrew Adonis, chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), wants the government to turn its attention to other pressing matters in its in-tray.
The Co-operative Bank has dropped plans for a sale but is continuing talks with existing investors to bolster its capital reserves by about �700m to avoid being wound down.
Art Cashin says the Bank for International Settlements just came out with a "wild card" remark about a possible 2008 financial crisis repeat.
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