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11/13/14

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Regulators' Weak Sauce: U.S. and foreign regulators fined six big banks a cumulative $4.3 billion Wednesday in a round of settlements charging them with conspiring to manipulate the foreign exchange market, and the peanut gallery is unimpressed. The Financial Times points out the fines "are less stunning than the scale of the conspiracy against the banks' customers and the catastrophic failure of oversight on the part of bank executives." Bank executives and...

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