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March 27, 2013
06:33 EDTBCS, JPM, UBS, WFC, C, DB, BACMortgage crisis could bring $100B legal bill to banks, WSJ reports
The total amount paid by the large banks to settle claims from the financial crisis is likely to top $100B, Wall Street Journal reports. Citigroup (C), J.P. Morgan (JPM), Bank of America (BAC) and Wells Fargo (WFC) have collectively paid $61.3B to settle claims over the past three years, the paper adds. Reference Link
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June 19, 2015
05:54 EDTBACRBS looks to hire banker who had worked on ABN deal, Financial Times reports
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05:32 EDTDBDeutsche Bank upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Exane BNP Paribas
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June 18, 2015
15:46 EDTWFCWells Fargo names Hope Hardison as Chief Administrative Officer
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12:04 EDTBACActive options: AAPL ORCL FB RAD BAC HTZ MU GE TSLA AMZN BABA KO
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07:50 EDTUBSSNB pushes UBS, Credit Suisse to improve leverage ratios
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07:28 EDTBCSLloyds CEO to call on U.K. banks to welcome ringfencing rules, Reuters says
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06:36 EDTBACGoldman tells interns not to stay in office overnight, Reuters reports
Goldman Sachs (GS), which has been looking to improve working conditions for its investment-banking interns, has set new guidelines, under which interns are expected to stay away from the office between midnight and 7 a.m. during weekdays, Reuters reports, citing company sources and confirmed by a Goldman spokesperson. Following the 2013 death of a Bank of America (BAC) intern in London, Goldman and other banks have taken steps to encourage its junior employees to take time off. Reference Link
06:21 EDTBCSFour banks to pay nearly $1B to settle forex rigging suit, AFP reports
Goldman Sachs (GS), BNP Paribas (BNPQY), Barclays (BCS), and HSBC (HSBC) have all reached separate agreements to settle a U.S. civil lawsuit over alleged foreign exchange rigging in deals totaling approximately $1B, AFP reports, citing sources close to the situation. The agreements are preliminary and are subject to change, the sources told AFP, confirming an earlier report on the settlements from the Wall Street Journal. Barclays is expected to pay $375M, HSBC $285M, BNP Paribas roughly $200M, and Goldman Sachs about $130M, the report says.The four banks' pending agreements would settle the civil lawsuit filed by Scott & Scott and Hausfeld that claims their traders manipulated the forex market to boost the banks' profits, AFP reports. Reference Link
06:01 EDTBCSBanks to settle civil forex lawsuit for nearly $2B, WSJ reports
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June 17, 2015
17:37 EDTUBSGM hires advisers as Fiat Chrysler tries to force merger talks, Reuters says
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15:04 EDTWFCGE Capital Real Estate closes nearly $10B in deals towards exit
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14:55 EDTJPMJPMorgan announces unexpected death of Vice Chairman Jimmy Lee
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14:42 EDTBACOption volume leaders
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11:16 EDTWFC, BAC, C, JPMOCC restricts some banks from certain mortgage related business activity
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11:07 EDTWFCWells Fargo issues statement on amended OCC Consent Order
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09:40 EDTBACActive equity options trading on open
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09:36 EDTBACActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open: AAPL FB AMD ADBE TWTR BABA QIHU NFLX BAC
08:10 EDTBACFed told BofA it is too reactive to problems raised by regulators, WSJ says
The Federal Reserve told Bank of America earlier this year that it does not think its management is forward-looking enough and is rather too reactive to problems after they are raised by regulators during “stress tests,” the Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the matter. As a result, in March, the Fed only granted the bank conditional approval to return capital to shareholders, meaning the bank is required to submit a revised stress test plan by September 30, the report says. In response, Bank of America has hired “several” outside consultants to look over the way it runs the tests, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing others close to the situation. Reference Link
06:48 EDTBAC, JPM, C, WFCMore big banks waiving overdraft fees, WSJ reports
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05:39 EDTCCiti appointed successor depositary bank for Sodexo ADR program
Citi, acting through Citibank N.A., has been appointed by Sodexo S.A. as successor depositary bank for its Level 1 American Depositary Receipt, or ADR, program, which trades in the U.S. over the counter market under symbol “SDXAY”. The ordinary shares are listed on Euronext Paris and trade under symbol “SW”.
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