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Banks plead guilty to FX charges, will pay US$5.7B in fines

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 21, 2015

Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Royal Bank of Scotland pleaded guilty to U.S. charges of manipulating foreign exchange rates, and UBS will admit to rigging benchmark interest rates. The five banks will pay penalties totaling US$5.7 billion. Reuters (05/20)


Chinese regulator reportedly warns of mounting risk

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 26, 2015

ECB may step up bond buying

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 20, 2015

China maps out economic priorities for 2015

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 20, 2015

TPP clears crucial U.S. obstacle with Senate vote

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 22, 2015

China at crucial juncture with global implications

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 26, 2015

June too soon, U.S. Fed minutes reveal

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 21, 2015

India's Rajan praises Modi government for investor focus

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 21, 2015

Quantitative easing creates shortage of safe assets

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 21, 2015

Libor may point to U.S. Fed rate boost this year

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | May 22, 2015


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