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Ex-Morgan Stanley trader fined and suspended

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Nicholas Michael Bonacci, a former mortgage-bond trader at Morgan Stanley, was fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission and suspended from the industry for a year for misleading customers about the value of the securities they were buying, causing them to pay more.

Currency lawsuit narrowed down to seven banks

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The U.S. judge overseeing litigation accusing 16 banks of rigging prices in the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market on Tuesday narrowed but refused to dismiss lawsuits against Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, and five other large banks that have yet to settle.

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Ex-Morgan Stanley trader fined and suspended

Nicholas Michael Bonacci, a former mortgage-bond trader at Morgan Stanley, was fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission and suspended from the industry for a year for misleading customers about the value of the securities they were buying, causing them to pay more.

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Ex-Morgan Stanley trader fined and suspended

Nicholas Michael Bonacci, a former mortgage-bond trader at Morgan Stanley, was fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission and suspended from the industry for a year for misleading customers about the value of the securities they were buying, causing them to pay more.

Gavel

Currency lawsuit narrowed down to seven banks

The U.S. judge overseeing litigation accusing 16 banks of rigging prices in the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market on Tuesday narrowed but refused to dismiss lawsuits against Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, and five other large banks that have yet to settle.