A New York federal judge has preliminarily approved a settlement that will require JPMorgan Chase and Deutsche Bank to pay $148 million. Read more
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Deutsche Bank AG have agreed to pay a combined $148 million to settle two investor suits. Read more
The suit claims that from June 2005 to March 2011, the banks conspired to fix Euribor. Read more
According to the settlement, Plaintiffs would receive $30.84 per $1,000 of face value of the securities they purchased. Read more
The proposed settlement, filed in federal district court in Manhattan, requires approval from U.S. District Judge Deborah A. Batts. Read more
The parties had asked Judge Caproni to grant preliminary approval to the settlement on Dec. 2. Read more
Judge Caproni certified a class of investors who participated in U.S.-related trades of silver or silver derivatives dating back to January 1999. Read more
Dr. Eric Ben-Artzi has been talking to the Securities and Exchange Commission and has blown the whistle on alleged multi-billion dollar securities violations at Deutsche Bank, the Germany-ba... Read more
The U.S. Treasury’s sale of its remaining stake in American International Group Inc. (AIG) will bring in $7.6 billion, giving the government a total profit of $22.7 billion from its crisis-e... Read more
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