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  1. JP Morgan hit by record fine from FSA

    JP Morgan declined to comment publicly, but people familiar with the matter have explained that it was rooted in the merger of JP Morgan and Chase Manhattan at the start of the decade. Stuart Campbell, an associate director in Protiviti’s UK...

  2. Bank of America $2bn Bear Stearns lawsuit goes to court

    A judge has ruled that Bank of America may pursue fraud charges against two former Bear Stearns hedge fund managers who allegedly lied to Bank of America in a desperate bid to raise capital.Southern Manhattan district judge Kevin Castel refused to...

  3. CDS: Levels drift a little wider at last week's close

    JP Morgan Chase & Co. Morgan Stanley Banco Santander, S.A. Bank of America Corp. Barclays Bank Plc BNP Paribas Citigroup Inc Commerzbank AG Credit Agricole SA Credit Suisse Group Deutsche Bank AG Goldman Sachs Group Inc

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  4. Beware the Ides of March

    The bank had to be rescued by JP Morgan Chase, in a weekend deal with the US Federal Reserve. LOSSES & LAWSUITS Reputational risk meltdowns, rogue traders, market abuse, prostitutes - March has been a record month for operational risk loss events.

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  5. JP Morgan to guarantee the trading obligations of Bear Energy

    “Effective immediately, JP Morgan Chase is guaranteeing the trading obligations of Bear Stearns and its subsidiaries and is providing management oversight for its operations,” said the bank in a statement, following the acquisition which valued...

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  6. Fed bails out Bear Stearns

    It added that it was "talking with JP Morgan Chase & Co regarding permanent financing or other alternatives”. JP Morgan said it would provide "secured funding to Bear Stearns as necessary for an initial period of 28 days".

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  7. Virgin Charter Launches Vertical Search Engine

    The JP Morgan Chase forecast estimated search could reach $60 billion by 2011. Last year JPMorgan Chase predicted search would reach more than $30 billion this year. Sir Riichard Branson launched a new vertical search engine, Virgin Charter, that...

  8. E*Trade names Layton CEO

    Layton had retired in 2004 after spending 29 years working at JP Morgan Chase and its predecessors, including serving most recently as vice-chairman. Layton was elected chairman of E*Trade's board in November 2007 at the same time Jarrett Lilien...

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