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    Charter vote lifts set in good week for stocks

    Business, Published on 15/08/2016

    » Recap: Asian stock markets advanced last week, buoyed by a big gain in US jobs in July and a slowdown in the decline of Chinese producer prices. The Thai stock market rallied as investors' confidence in political stability improved after voters endorsed the draft constitution by a margin of 61% to 39% in the Aug 7 referendum. The SET was closed on Friday so there has been no market reaction yet to a series of deadly bombings that hit five southern provinces.


    RBS fined $612m for Libor violations

    AFP, Published on 07/02/2013

    » LONDON - State-rescued Royal Bank of Scotland will pay fines totalling $612 million (453 million euros) to US and British regulators to settle allegations of Libor interest rate rigging, it announced on Wednesday.


    Swiss Bank Wegelin pleads guilty in US tax evasion probe

    Bloomberg News, Published on 04/01/2013

    » Wegelin & Co., Switzerland's oldest private bank, may pay US authorities as much as US$74 million after pleading guilty to helping American taxpayers hide assets from the Internal Revenue Service.

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