David McLaughlin

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Some of the world's biggest banks have agreed to  pay a record total of $5.8 billion in fines  for illegal manipulation of dollars and euros on the currency market.

Global Banks to Pay Record Fines

Some of the world's biggest banks have agreed to pay a record total of $5.8 billion in fines for illegal manipulation of dollars and euros on the currency market.

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