Sixteen of the world’s largest banks including Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase must face antitrust lawsuits accusing them of hurting investors who bought securities tied to Libor by rigging an interest-rate benchmark, a ruling that an appeals court warned could devastate them.
Sixteen of the world’s largest banks including Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase must face antitrust lawsuits accusing them of hurting investors who bought securities tied to Libor by rigging an interest-rate benchmark, a ruling that an appeals court warned could devastate them. Chris Keane Bloomberg
Sixteen of the world’s largest banks including Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase must face antitrust lawsuits accusing them of hurting investors who bought securities tied to Libor by rigging an interest-rate benchmark, a ruling that an appeals court warned could devastate them. Chris Keane Bloomberg