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JPMorgan, DoJ talks back on track: Report

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Discussions to settle an agreement between JPMorgan Chase and the Department of Justice are heating back up, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, following a period in which the talks were nearly derailed by disagreements.

China faces tough balancing act as plenum looms

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Comments from China's premier this week just days before a closely-anticipated meeting of the country's top leaders, highlight the delicate balancing act they face in steering the world's second-biggest economy forward, say analysts.

Cohen's 2013 compensation likely to exceed fine

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Despite paying the highest penalty in recorded history for insider trading, Steven Cohen's 2013 earnings will likely exceed the $1.8 billion in fines he has paid to settle the charges against SAC Capital, according to people close to Cohen's hedge fund.



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C Suisse to make acquisitions, expand in Switzerland

Credit Suisse, the bank that unveiled a major shift in strategy last week to focus on wealth management over investment banking, plans to make acquisitions and invest about $400m in Switzerland in the next few years, CEO Tidjane Thiam and Chairman Urs Rohner said in interviews with local media.