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The DOJ and CFTC have asked major banks to sign "tolling" agreements that will allow the...

The DOJ and CFTC have asked major banks to sign "tolling" agreements that will allow the agencies to file charges over alleged interest-rate manipulation beyond the statute of limitations, the WSJ reports. The banks are expected to acquiesce rather than prompt regulators to indict them in order to beat the clock. The banks include C,DB, JPM, RBS, and UBS.
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  • MexCom
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    Have no idea what a "tolling" agreement is. This is just another link to an ad to subscribe to the Wall Street Journal.

     

    Editor Please Note: You got my click already to bill the WSJ - there is no need to delete my comment for it being off topic. Please keep the faith that we do have free speech in this country.
    20 Sep 2012, 06:13 AM Reply Like
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