Bank of America is among banks that must face investor claims that they rigged a benchmark used in the sales of interest-rate derivatives and other financial instruments, a federal judge in Manhattan ruled Monday.
Bank of America is among banks that must face investor claims that they rigged a benchmark used in the sales of interest-rate derivatives and other financial instruments, a federal judge in Manhattan ruled Monday. Mark Lennihan AP
Bank of America is among banks that must face investor claims that they rigged a benchmark used in the sales of interest-rate derivatives and other financial instruments, a federal judge in Manhattan ruled Monday. Mark Lennihan AP

BofA, others ordered to defend suit claiming interest rate rigging

March 28, 2016 05:44 PM

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