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Defective air bags trigger major consumer-product recall

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 20, 2015

The U.S. auto-safety regulator has ordered the recall of nearly 34 million vehicles equipped with defective air bags made by auto-supply giant Takata, in what is expected to be the biggest consumer-product recall in U.S. history. Officials say exposure to humidity and other factors cause the air bags to burn hotter than they are supposed to when activated, blasting metal shards toward drivers and passengers. The air bags have been blamed for six deaths and more than 100 injuries. Detroit Free Press (19 May.) The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (19 May.)


FX rigging leads to guilty pleas, fines for major banks

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 21, 2015

Fitch lowers ratings of 20-plus European banks

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 20, 2015

Fed minutes suggest little chance of rate hike in June

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 21, 2015

Moody's expects Greek action as banking sector crumbles

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 21, 2015

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CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 20, 2015

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CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 21, 2015

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CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 20, 2015

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CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 22, 2015

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CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | May 22, 2015


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