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Recent Summary.     Click for More > JPMorgan to acquire Bear Stearns WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs Insurers face claims up to $15bn
Argentine debt talks end in failure JP Morgan in record $13bn settlement. Manhattan US 'will sue' Standard & Poor's Citigroup in 11,000 staff cull. Manhattan American Jim Yong Kim named World Bank chief   Jim Yong Kim was tapped to be the next president of the World Bank, besting Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala 9 eurozone nations downgraded by S&P  Standard & Poor's said Friday that it has downgraded the credit ratings of nine euro area governments, including AAA-rated France and Austria IMF chief resigns over sex charge Goldman executives in crash profit boasts Obama pushes case for bank reform bill Goldman Sachs accused of fraud CIT Group files for US bankruptcy US banks' profits beat forecasts Goldman Sachs sees bumper profit   Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years  Bernard Madoff has been given the maximum prison sentence for masterminding a massive fraud that robbed investors of $65bn Citigroup to split as losses grow   Top investors 'hit by $50bn con'  Some of the world's wealthiest private and corporate investors are reported to be victims of an alleged fraud by Wall Street broker Bernard ... Citigroup secures U.S. government lifeline. Washington Citigroup job cull to hit 75,000 US banks make shock status switch Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy


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B. 2014-09-29 Argentina 'in contempt' of US court New York
C. 2014-09-03 Ex-New York mayor back at Bloomberg Manhattan
D. 2014-07-30 Argentine debt talks end in failure New York
2013-11-19 JP Morgan in record $13bn settlement Manhattan
5. 2013-11-15 JP Morgan agrees $4.5bn settlement Manhattan
G. 2013-11-04 Hedge fund in $1.8bn fraud payout New York
7. 2013-10-25 JP Morgan agrees $5.1bn settlement Manhattan
8. 2013-10-19 JP Morgan 'faces record $13bn fine' Manhattan
J. 2013-09-19 JP Morgan pays $920m to regulators Manhattan


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Argentina 'in contempt' of US court Ex-New York mayor back at Bloomberg. Manhattan Argentine debt talks end in failure  Last-minute talks in New York between Argentina and a group of bond-holders to avoid the country defaulting on its debt have ended in failur... 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 agrees $4.5bn settlement. Manhattan Hedge fund in $1.8bn fraud payout JP Morgan agrees $5.1bn settlement. Manhattan JP Morgan 'faces record $13bn fine'. Manhattan JP Morgan pays $920m to regulators. Manhattan Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker. Sweden US 'will sue' Standard & Poor's   Standard & Poor's says it is to be sued by US government over the credit ratings agency's assessment of mortgage bonds before the financial crisis 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 Ex-Goldman Sachs board member jailed for 2 years Citigroup's boss Pandit resigns. Manhattan JPMorgan doubles its trading loss. Manhattan JPMorgan reveals shock $2bn loss American Jim Yong Kim named World Bank chief


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  Jim Yong Kim was tapped to be the next president of the World Bank, besting Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
Mar.14 Goldman boss defends its ethics Mar.6 Lehman Brothers exits bankruptcy Jan.13 9 eurozone nations downgraded by S&P
  Standard & Poor's said Friday that it has downgraded the credit ratings of nine euro area governments, including AAA-rated France and Austria


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Dec.6 Citigroup plans to cut 4,500 jobs Nov.29 Wall Street titans in credit downgrade Oct.18 Goldman Sachs reports $393m loss Oct.5 Wall Street demonstrators gather. Manhattan Sep.30  Crowds swell Wall Street protests May.18   IMF chief resigns over sex charge
  International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has offered to resign following an alleged sexual assault of a hotel maid

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Apr.24 Goldman executives in crash profit boasts  Released e-mails : Goldman Sachs executives boasted about the money the bank was making while the US housing market was collapsing in 2007 Apr.22   Obama pushes case for bank reform bill  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  The Wall Street powerhouse has been accused of defrauding investors by the Securities and Exchange Commission

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Nov.1 CIT Group files for US bankruptcy  The lender has filed for bankruptcy protection, after a debt-exchange offer to bondholders failed. The reorganisation plan will reduce debt by... Oct.15 US banks' profits beat forecasts  Goldman Sachs and Citigroup have reported better-than-expected profits between July and September Jul.14 Goldman Sachs sees bumper profit  US bank reported a net profit of $3.44bn for April to June, beating analysts' forecasts Jun.29   Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years
  Bernard Madoff has been given the maximum prison sentence for masterminding a massive fraud that robbed investors of $65bn
Jun.4 Fraud charge for Countrywide boss Mar.26 US plans to rein in Wall Street. Washington Mar.12 Madoff admits $50bn fraud scheme Mar.10 Banking stocks lead markets surge Jan.16 Citigroup to split as losses grow  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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Dec.13   Top investors 'hit by $50bn con'
  Some of the world's wealthiest private and corporate investors are reported to be victims of an alleged fraud by Wall Street broker Bernard Madoff.    Madoff ran a fund that paid annual interest of about 10% but prosecutors say it was, in effect, similar to a pyrami...
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 Nov.17 Citigroup job cull to hit 75,000  The bank has announced plans for new job cuts, on top of 23,000 cuts already made this year It's about 20% of its staff Oct.7 Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan Sep.21 US banks make shock status switch
  Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are to become bank holding companies, allowing them to take deposits from investors Sep.14 Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
  The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis
 The move dealed a further blow to the global financial system. It was a primary dealer in the U.S. Treasury securities market. The filing marked the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history
Barclays quits Lehman sale talks Mar.16 JPMorgan to acquire Bear Stearns  JPMorgan Chase has said it is to buy Wall Street's 5th-largest investment bank for $2 a share Mar.14 Bear Stearns gets emergency funds

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May.10 Rate fears batter global markets


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Jun.28 Accounting panic hits Xerox
Jun.25 WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs  Troubled telecom firm announces overstatement of financial results, 17,000 job cuts. WorldCom terminated CFO

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Sep.12 Insurers face claims up to $15bn  Owners of the World Trade Center had insured only one of the 2 towers