The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s probe of JPMorgan Chase demonstrates a renewed focus on market manipulation as the agency beefs up its oversight of the multibillion dollar energy-trading business.
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JPMorgan Chase's multibillion-dollar trading loss exposed an industry practice that U.S. regulators are now likely to clamp down on: banks keep investors in the dark about how they calculate trading risks.
Britain is abuzz with the Libor scandal, but so far it's been a yawn in the United States.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group has suspended two London-based traders amid a growing investigation into the suspected manipulation of the Libor interbank lending rate.
Michael Rake, the deputy chairman of Barclays, said no one sees a cultural problem among senior staff at the bank, which has just lost its top three leaders to a scandal over rigging interest rates.
Barclays has announced that the Board of Barclays has reached agreement with former CEO Bob Diamond on various matters arising subsequent to his resignation.