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- Emails show that JP Morgan Chase knew its mortgage deals were bad in the run-up to the financial crisis. [New York Times]
- Banks could be facing “massive” lawsuits from several states for rigging the LIBOR interest rate. [Bloomberg]
- Reform of national credit rating agencies has stalled. [Washington Post]
- American Airlines and US Airways are close to a major merger deal. [Wall Street Journal]
- Ireland dissolved one of its “bad banks” in an attempt to secure new funding from the European Central Bank. [Associated Press]
- The United Nations is worried about a spike in food prices. [Reuters]
- HSBC’s CEO admitted that his bank is “attractive” to criminals. [Reuters]