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04/08/20148:20AMDJNICAP Pushes FX Electronic Platform
By Jenny Strasburg and Chiara Albanese Brokerage giant ICAP PLC is seeking to transform its London-based foreign-exchange voice brokers into active promoters of its electronic-trading platform, the latest move by a financial firm to cut humans out of direct roles in buying and selling currencies. ICAP plans to detail to... More...>>
02/17/20144:36PMDJNFormer Barclays Employees Face U.K. Libor Charges -- 2nd Update
By David Enrich and Margot Patrick LONDON--British prosecutors filed criminal charges Monday against three former bank traders for alleged fraud, opening a new front in a global investigation into alleged rigging of benchmark interest rates, with more charges in the pipeline. The U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office said it is... More...>>
02/17/20143:51PMDJNFormer Barclays Employees Face U.K. Libor Charges -- 2nd Update
By Margot Patrick and David Enrich LONDON--British prosecutors filed criminal charges Monday against three former bank traders for alleged fraud, opening a new front in a global investigation into alleged rigging of benchmark interest rates, with more charges in the pipeline. The U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office said it is... More...>>
01/28/20142:30PMDJNWorld-Wide Forex Trading Volumes Up in October
Currency trading volumes rose globally in October from a year ago, according to new data from some of the world's biggest central banks. The data reflect a revival in foreign-exchange trading amid heavy betting on the decline of the Japanese yen and expectations of a wind-down in stimulus from the U.S. Federal Reserve... More...>>
12/04/201310:09AMDJNCorrection to EU Fines Financial Institutions for Fixing Benchmarks Story
"EU Fines Institutions Over Fixing Benchmarks -- Update" at 1214 GMT in the first paragraph, misstated the number of financial institutions being fined in the first paragraph. A group of six financial institutions were fined, not eight. This error also appeared in "EU Fines Eight Financial Institutions EUR1.7 Bln for Fixing... More...>>
12/04/20136:40AMDJNEU Issues €1.7 Billion in Fines for Benchmark Fixing
BRUSSELS--A group of eight financial institutions, including J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM), Societe Generale SA (GLE.FR) and Deutsche Bank AG (DB), were fined a record-breaking EUR1.71 billion ($2.32 billion) by European Union regulators Wednesday for collusion in fixing key benchmark rates. Royal Bank of Scotland... More...>>
12/04/20136:30AMDJNEU Fines Eight Financial Institutions EUR1.7 Billion for Fixing Benchmarks
By Vanessa Mock BRUSSELS--A group of eight financial institutions, including J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM), Societe Generale SA (GLE.FR) and Deutsche Bank AG (DB), were fined a record-breaking EUR1.71 billion ($2.32 billion) by European Union regulators Wednesday for collusion in fixing key benchmark rates. Royal Bank... More...>>
11/20/20137:53AMDJNDeutsche Bank Appeals Traders' Reinstatement in Benchmark Rigging Case
By Ulrike Dauer FRANKFURT--Deutsche Bank AG (DB) is appealing a ruling by a Frankfurt labor court that the bank wrongfully dismissed and had to reinstate four money-market traders whom it had fired as part of an internal probe into alleged benchmark interest rate manipulation. A spokesman for Deutsche Bank said Wednesday... More...>>
11/13/201312:38PMDJNLONDON MARKETS: U.K. Stocks Slump On BOE Rate-hike Fears
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.K. stocks ended sharply lower on Wednesday after the Bank of England's November inflation report stoked fears the central bank could hike interest rates as soon as 2015 due to a more upbeat assessment of the country's labor market. The FTSE 100 index dropped 1.4% to... More...>>
11/13/201312:10PMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Europe Stocks Drop On Worries Over BOE Rate Hike
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.K. stocks led European markets lower on Wednesday, as investors worried that the Bank of England will hike rates sooner than previously expected after the central bank in its quarterly inflation report sounded more optimistic about the labor market. Markets also keyed... More...>>
09/25/20139:20AMDJNICAP Agrees to Pay $87 Million to Regulators in Libor Probe
LONDON--U.S. and U.K regulators on Wednesday fined interdealer broker ICAP PLC (IAP.LN) a total of $87 million to resolve their investigations into the brokerage firm's alleged role in the manipulation of benchmark interest rates, and said the U.S. Department of Justice hasn't taken any action against ICAP Europe, or the... More...>>
06/26/20135:20PMDJNICAP Executive Allegedly Knew of Libor Manipulation
LONDON--A top executive at brokerage firm ICAP PLC (IAP.LN, IAPLY) knew of an arrangement with UBS AG (UBS, UBSN.VX) that U.S. and British regulators allege was part of a scheme to rig benchmark interest rates, according to people familiar with the matter. The ICAP executive, David Casterton, was included on emails between... More...>>
06/18/20137:50AMDJNUPDATE: Former Trader Charged in UK Libor Probe
(Adds background.) By David Enrich LONDON--British prosecutors have filed criminal fraud charges against former UBS AG (UBS) and Citigroup Inc. (C) trader Tom Hayes for allegedly trying to manipulate benchmark interest rates, in the first effort by U.K. authorities to seek criminal penalties against someone they allege... More...>>
06/11/201312:42PMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Europe Stocks Slide After Bank Of Japan Sits Tight
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- European stock markets staged broad-based losses on Tuesday, after some investors were disappointed that the Bank of Japan refrained from taking fresh steps to boost the economy, adding to anxiety about reduced easing from central banks globally. Investors were also cautious... More...>>
06/11/201310:31AMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Europe Stocks Slide After Bank Of Japan Sits Tight
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- European stock markets staged broad-based losses on Tuesday, after some investors were disappointed that the Bank of Japan refrained from taking fresh steps to boost the economy. Investors were also cautious as a hearing on the legality of the European Central Bank's... More...>>
06/11/20137:01AMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Europe Stocks Slide With BOJ, OMT Hearing In Focus
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- European stock markets staged broad-based losses on Tuesday, tracking losses in Asia, where the Bank of Japan's latest monetary decision failed to boost market optimism. Investors were also cautious as a hearing on the legality of the European Central Bank's bond-buying... More...>>
06/11/20134:46AMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Europe Stocks Slide After BOJ Decision
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- European stock markets staged broad-based losses on Tuesday, tracking losses in Asia, where the Bank of Japan's latest monetary decision failed to boost market optimism. The Stoxx Europe 600 index lost 0.7% to 293.07 building on a 0.1% decline from Monday. Shares of ICAP... More...>>
05/09/201310:16AMDJNThe Week's Forex Industry News at a Glance
Here's our weekly rundown of the latest people moves and product launches: PEOPLE: - Retail broker Oanda Corp. has appointed Rajesh Yohannan as Asia Pacific managing director and chief executive officer. In a statement, Oanda said Mr. Yohannan joins from Citibank, where he was managing director and global mobile banking... More...>>
05/08/20135:31AMDJNThomson Reuters FXall Currency Trading Volumes Flat in April
By Jessica Mead Currency trading volumes handled by systems owned by Thomson Reuters Corp. (TRI) were slightly lower in April from March, the company said Wednesday. Daily trading volumes on Thomson Reuters' main FX Spot trading services--Thomson Reuters Dealing, Matching and Reuters Trading for FX--averaged $130 billion... More...>>
05/03/20136:00AMDJNEBS Foreign-Exchange Trading Volumes Rise In April
By Clare Connaghan Currency trading volumes handled by ICAP PLC (IAP.LN)-owned EBS averaged $128.3 billion a day in April, 7% higher than the previous month, the company said Friday. EBS--which handles flows from the biggest banks in the business--also saw a 17% rise in April from a year earlier when the daily average... More...>>


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