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B. 2017-11-02 Trump nominates Jerome Powell as Fed chair Washington
2. 2017-04-14 US government 'hacked global bank system' USA
3. 2014-05-19 Credit Suisse helped 'tax cheats' Switzerland
4. 2014-02-25 Credit Suisse 'aided' US tax evaders Switzerland
F. 2014-02-25 'Goldman Sachs' tweeter unmasked Texas
6. 2014-02-14 US advises banks on 'cannabis cash' Washington
2013-11-19 JP Morgan in record $13bn settlement Manhattan
I. 2013-10-19 JP Morgan 'faces record $13bn fine' Manhattan

Recent Summary.     Click for More > Citigroup in 11,000 staff cull. Manhattan Moody's downgrades 15 major banks American Jim Yong Kim named World Bank chief   New York: Jim Yong Kim was tapped to be the next president of the World Bank, besting Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala FBI detains ex-Goldman Sachs man. Connecticut Obama pushes case for bank reform bill. New York   Obama pushes new bank regulation   Washington: US President has proposed significant new curbs on the activities of banks to try to prevent future financial crises, include limits to the size... US banks' profits beat forecasts. New York Obama issues warning to bankers. Washington Citigroup to split as losses grow. New York Citigroup secures U.S. government lifeline. Washington Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks. Washington World's central banks slash interest rates  London: The leading economies, led by the U.S. and the UK, slashed interest rates to tackle the global financial crisis after days of stock market l... Senate backs new bail-out bill. U.S. Senate US lawmakers publish rescue deal. U.S. Congress US banks make shock status switch  New York: Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are to become bank holding companies, allowing them to take deposits from investors Citigroup sees second giant loss Central banks plan emergency cash. European Union Central banks act on credit fears. Washington Central banks pour money into system. London
Trump nominates Jerome Powell as Fed chair. Washington US government 'hacked global bank system' JP Morgan in record $13bn settlement. Manhattan HSBC 'to pay $1.9bn' in US deal


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  Trump nominates Jerome Powell as Fed chair  Washington: Trump has named a Republican and multi-millionaire, as his pick to lead the Federal Reserve   US government 'hacked global bank system'  A huge range of security exploits, said to be worth over $2m if sold on the black market, have been leaked online 1MDB: Malaysia 'will co-operate' with US investigation Credit Suisse helped 'tax cheats'. Switzerland Credit Suisse 'aided' US tax evaders. Switzerland 'Goldman Sachs' tweeter unmasked. Texas US advises banks on 'cannabis cash'. Washington JP Morgan in record $13bn settlement Map of Manhattan  Manhattan: JP Morgan has agreed to a record $13bn settlement with US regulators for misleading investors during the housing crisis JP Morgan 'faces record $13bn fine'. Manhattan JP Morgan pays $920m to regulators. Manhattan US government sues Bank of America. Washington Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker. Sweden SAC Capital fund pays $614m over insider trading JP Morgan accused of hiding losses. U.S. Senate US banks see profits rise sharply HSBC 'to pay $1.9bn' in US deal


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Jan.3  Swiss bank to close after US fine


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Dec.10
  London: HSBC is to pay US authorities $1.9bn (1.2bn) in a settlement over money-laundering, say reports, the largest ever in such a case
Dec.5 Citigroup in 11,000 staff cull   Manhattan: Citigroup says it is cutting 11,000 jobs worldwide in an efficiency drive, with most of the jobs being lost in its consumer banking division Oct.24  Ex-Goldman Sachs board member jailed for 2 years Oct.16  Citigroup's boss Pandit resigns Jul.17  Bernanke says Libor system flawed Jul.13  JPMorgan doubles its trading loss Jun.21 Moody's downgrades 15 major banks  Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan are among those marked down Apr.16 American Jim Yong Kim named World Bank chief
  New York: Jim Yong Kim was tapped to be the next president of the World Bank, besting Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
Mar.23 Surprise US World Bank candidate
. Washington Feb.9 US banks in mortgage settlement

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Oct.26 FBI detains ex-Goldman Sachs man
Map of Connecticut  Connecticut: Rajat Gupta, 62, a former director at investment bank, has been taken into custody on charges relating to a hedge fund insider trading case Sep.1 US 'to sue banks over mortgages'. Washington

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Apr.27 Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
. U.S. Senate Apr.22   Obama pushes case for bank reform bill  New York: US President Barack Obama will push the case for more government regulation of big banks in a speech to financial leaders Apr.16 Goldman Sachs accused of fraud. New York Jan.21   Obama pushes new bank regulation
  Washington: US President has proposed significant new curbs on the activities of banks to try to prevent future financial crises, include limits to the size of banks.    Markets in the the US and Asia fall sh...


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Dec.14 Obama tells US banks to lend more
. Washington Oct.15 US banks' profits beat forecasts  New York: Goldman Sachs and Citigroup have reported better-than-expected profits between July and September Sep.14 Bank crisis lessons 'not learned'   Obama issues warning to bankers   Washington: US President has warned bankers against complacency, saying that some in the industry are ignoring the lessons of the financial crisis Jul.14 Goldman Sachs sees bumper profit. New York May.7 Ten US banks fail 'stress tests' Feb.2 Obama predicts more bank failures. Washington Jan.16 Citigroup to split as losses grow  New York: Struggling banking giant has announced plans to split the firm in two, Citicorp and Citi Holdings, as it reported a quarterly loss of $8

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Nov.23 Citigroup secures U.S. government lifeline  Washington: The government outlined a massive rescue package that would inject another $20 billion into the banking giant, shares of which have plunged Oct.29   Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks  Washington: The Treasury Department spends $125 billion of its $700 billion bailout fund on banks, some of whom had argued that they did not need the mo... Oct.14 Plans to buy stakes in major banks
. Washington Oct.8 World's central banks slash interest rates
  London: The leading economies, led by the U.S. and the UK, slashed interest rates to tackle the global financial crisis after days of stock market losses.    Six central banks cut interest ...
Oct.1 Senate backs new bail-out bill   U.S. Senate: The Senate, 74 to 25, has approved a new version of a $700bn rescue plan for the troubled US financial system Sep.28 US lawmakers publish rescue deal  U.S. Congress: The move, backed by both Republicans and Democratics, allows the Treasury to spend up to $700bn buying bad debts from ailing banks Sep.23 Congress cool after bail-out plea. U.S. Senate Sep.21 US banks make shock status switch
  New York: Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are to become bank holding companies, allowing them to take deposits from investors.    They are the last two major...
Sep.14 Barclays quits Lehman sale talks. New York Apr.18 Citigroup sees second giant loss  The biggest US bank has suffered a second massive loss and is cutting 9,000 jobs as the credit crisis continues to take its toll Mar.14 Bear Stearns gets emergency funds. New York Mar.11 Central banks plan emergency cash  European Union: The US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, have announced a latest round of co-ordinated auctions to provide extra liquidity

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Dec.12 Central banks act on credit fears  Washington: The Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and central banks from the UK, Canada and Switzerland are to jointly help banks Aug.10 Central banks pour money into system  London: The U.S. Federal Reserve and European Central Bank pumped money into the banking system for a second day to ward off a global credit crisis

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Jul.23 Enron scandal hits US banks