J.P. Morgan has reportedly agreed to pay an £8bn ($13bn) fine as part of a settlement with the US over its role in the mortgage-backed securities market, which led to the near-collapse of the US financial system.
According to reports, J.P. Morgan has been in talks with the US Justice Department over its investigation which looked into sales of securities based on home loans. It is understood to have agreed a...
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