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Labor and banks head for collision

Labor leader Bill Shorten is using banks’ reporting of profits to step up his campaign for a royal commission, demanding that the ‘‘greedy’’ banks should be investigated for putting profits and executive rewards before customers. Mr Shorten has not ruled out supporting a new tax on bank profits. The Fin

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