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JPMorgan is apparently a bit miffed that it is being sued by Lehman's bankruptcy estate for billions, over claims that the firm's collateral calls in September 2008 caused Lehman liquidity problems and pushed it further towards failure.
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The Wall Street Journal reports that, according to figures provided by data firm Dealogic, Credit Suisse has 'shot up' to second spot in the global M&A league table year to date, behind only Goldman Sachs.
The Financial Times reports that Goldman Sachs is hoping to settle those SEC fraud charges on the less serious offence of 'omitting or mis-stating material facts to investors'.
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The New York Post reports that Michael Cohrs, the co-head of Deutsche Bank's corporate & investment banking unit, is thought likely to 'relinquish some of his leadership roles at the firm in a matter of weeks'.