Friday, 8 November 2013

Exposures of the ethical standards of banks keep coming

This morning's ticket clippers update:

Currencies market probe shifts to the US - Focus over alleged forex manipulation widens with Goldman and Morgan Stanley in view and Barclays putting three New York-based traders on leave.

RBS to pay $150m over US MBS charges - Royal Bank of Scotland, the part-nationalised UK bank, has agreed to pay $150m settle US regulatory charges that it misled investors in a 2007 mortgage-backed security

Goldman drawn into currencies probe - US bank becomes latest financial services institution to join growing international probe into alleged manipulation in foreign exchange markets
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