A bankruptcy judge has cleared CME's plan to pay $130M to the trustee responsible for...

A bankruptcy judge has cleared CME's plan to pay $130M to the trustee responsible for liquidating MF Global (MFGLQ.PK), which in turn will pay customers and other creditors. Distributions covering 80% of the funds missing from commodity customer accounts are set to be made, though the trustee estimates there's still a $1.6B gap between available and owed money. (previous)

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  • montanamark
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    and jon corzine????????
    he gets what? a nobel peace prize? an ambassadorship from obama?
    10 Aug 2012, 07:14 PM Reply Like
  • Ted Bear
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    We haven't heard squat about /or from this guy. For a guy who ran his mouth about everything before, it must be killing him to have to listen to his lawyers and stay out of site while this blows over.


    It is obvious, but were this anyone else who had scammed a couple billion the artist would be in jail awaiting trial, and the media would be having a field day with the story. Not this time. I wonder why that is?


    It truly is amazing what Goldman Sachs owns. Like everything, non?
    10 Aug 2012, 08:02 PM Reply Like
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