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Washington, D.C. — The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged six former top executives of the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac) with securities fraud, alleging they knew and approved of misleading statements claiming the companies had minimal holdings of higher-risk mortgage loans, including subprime loans.
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15 days left to the year-end. Surely that's it for this year on the job loss front ?
And you think your firm's had a tough time!
Surely that's it for 2011 now.
Here's the latest on the M&A front from Thomson Reuters.
French prosecutors said on Wednesday they were dropping an inquiry into alleged insider trading by several executives at BNP Paribas after finding no signs of wrongdoing.
HSBC must pay $1.1bn in bail as part of French criminal investigations linked to a tax-evasion probe at its private bank.
Britain will go a whole parliament without an increase in interest rates for the first time since the immediate aftermath of the second world war, after the Bank of England left official borrowing costs on hold.