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December 3, 2012
18:45 EDTJPM, WFC, CJPMorgan, Citigroup, Wells to face foreclosure claims in MA, Bloomberg reports
JPMorgan (JPM), Citigroup (C), and Wells Fargo (WFC) will face claims relating to home foreclosure practices after a Massachusetts Superior Court judge ruled that a lawsuit alleging the banks violated state law can proceed, according to a Bloomberg report. Reference Link
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May 15, 2015
07:50 EDTC, JPMDOJ tearing up prior UBS rigging settlement after new violations, WSJ reports
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06:18 EDTJPMJPMorgan reports April Net Credit Losses 2.34% vs. 2.61% last month
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May 14, 2015
09:31 EDTJPMJPMorgan to buy $45B in mortgage servicing rights from Ocwen
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09:31 EDTJPMJPMorgan to buy $45B in mortgage servicing rights from Ocwen
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06:51 EDTWFCWells Fargo looking to streamline operations, Charlotte Observer says
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06:49 EDTJPM, CBanks to pay several billion over alleged currency violations, NY Times says
Barclays (BCS), JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Citigroup (C) and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) are expected to agree to pay a combined "several billion dollars" as part of a settlement with the U.S. over alleged foreign exchange rigging, according to The New York Times, which cited unnamed sources. The banks are also expected to plead guilty to criminal antitrust violations, but it is not anticipated that their operations will be significantly affected as a result of those pleas, the newspaper stated. Meanwhile, UBS (UBS) will pay a fine of up to $500M related to alleged "foreign currency misconduct," the newspaper stated. Reference Link
May 13, 2015
08:59 EDTCEasterly Government Properties names Meghan Baivier as COO
Easterly Government Properties (DEA) announced that Meghan Baivier has been named EVP and COO, effective May 12. Baivier will be responsible for overseeing the alignment of the firmís growth strategy and financial goals with operations, capital markets and finance activities. Prior to joining Easterly Government Properties, Baivier served as VP of Citigroupís (C) Real Estate and Lodging Investment Banking group.
07:29 EDTCUBS to hold a conference
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May 12, 2015
16:49 EDTWFCWells Fargo to pay $77M in trust fund case, St. Louis Today says
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16:01 EDTCOptions Update; May 12, 2015
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14:13 EDTC, JPMBove says it may be time to buy bank stocks
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07:48 EDTC, WFCStandard & Poor's to hold a summit
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May 11, 2015
09:59 EDTJPMOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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09:58 EDTJPM, CBarclays expected to pay GBP2B to settle forex rigging charges, FT says
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09:28 EDTCCiti says DOJ talks could include guilty plea on antitrust charge
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09:14 EDTCCiti says DOJ declined prosecution with respect to LIBOR
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08:18 EDTC, WFC, JPMBanks executives seek to push back on 'false, damaging' statements, WSJ reports
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07:46 EDTJPMJPMorgan price traget raised to $73 from $68 at BofA/Merrill
BofA/Merrill raised Buy rated JPMorgan's price target to $73 following a meeting with Chairman Jamie Dimon. The analyst believes earnings surprises are likely and the market is over-discounting the impact of regulation. BofA/Merrill expects JPMorgan to benefit from its multi-dimensional model, EPS sensitivity to rising interest rates, and a shift in Fed monetary policy which will drive bond market volatility.
07:28 EDTJPMJPMorgan downgraded to Neutral from Buy at MKM Partners
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May 10, 2015
20:03 EDTC, JPMCiti, JPMorgan, UBS consider exiting U.K., Financial Times says
Citi (C), JPMorgan (JPM), and UBS (UBS) are considering exiting their London operations due to the U.K.'s bank levy, reports the Financial Times, citing people familiar with the matter. There is particular focus among the banks to reduce repurchase agreements, said three senior industry figures. The Financial Times notes that the recent Conservative win could see political maneuvers to reduce or renegotiate the levy, potentially persuading the banks to stay. Reference Link
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