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Deutsche Bank To Pay $190M In Forex Rigging Deal


Deutsche Bank AG agreed to pay $190 million to settle allegations that it rigged foreign exchange rates, making it the latest in a line of global banks that have settled class action claims totaling $2.3 billion to date.

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US Fines HSBC $175m Over ‘unsound’ FX Trading


HSBC has been fined $175 million by the US Federal Reserve for failing to stop its traders from misusing confidential customer information and for telling competitors about their own trading positions.

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$111M Forex Deals Get Preliminary OK, 15th Bank Settles


A federal judge gave preliminary approval to proposed settlements of $111.2 million between five banks and investors in a suit accusing the world’s largest banks of rigging foreign exchange rates, bringing the total of banks that have settled to 15.

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