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Morning Digest: Regulators fine global banks $3.4 billion in forex probe

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Regulators fine global banks $3.4 billion in forex probe
LONDON/ZURICH (Reuters) - Global regulators imposed penalties totalling $3.4 billion on five major banks, including UBS , HSBC and Citigroup , on Wednesday for failing to stop their traders from trying to manipulate foreign exchange markets..
Ukraine army prepares for possible rebel offensive: defense chief
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian government forces are redeploying in preparation for a possible new offensive by pro-Russian separatists in eastern regions, Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak said on Wednesday..
JPMorgan says improved systems and controls after FX rigging probe
LONDON (Reuters) - Wall Street bank JPMorgan, fined $662 million by UK and US regulators for failings in foreign exchange, said on Wednesday that it had made significant improvements to systems and controls..
Randy Jackson exits 'American Idol' after 13 seasons
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "American Idol" judge and mentor Randy Jackson is leaving the Fox TV singing competition after 13 seasons, the network said on Tuesday, after the show suffered a decline in ratings in recent years..
Nowitzki passes Olajuwon as top international scorer
(Reuters) - Dirk Nowitzki became the highest-scoring non-U.S. born player in the National Basketball Association on Tuesday, passing Hakeem Olajuwon with a 23-point performance as the Dallas Mavericks beat the Sacramento Kings 106-98..
Exclusive: Some unhappy Yahoo investors asking AOL for rescue
NEW YORK (Reuters) - At least two top-10 Yahoo Inc shareholders are so unhappy with Chief Executive Marissa Mayer's turnaround efforts that they are making a direct plea to AOL Inc CEO Tim Armstrong to explore a merger and run the combined company..
Scientists find rare burial site of Ice Age infant in Alaska
(Reuters) - Archaeologists working in Alaska's remote interior have discovered the burial site of an Ice Age infant and a late-term fetus believed to be the youngest remains found in the Americas dating from that period..
Cloud of pot smoke puts Colorado high school on partial lockdown
DENVER (Reuters) - A high school in Colorado, one of the first two U.S. states to legalize recreational marijuana use, was put on partial lockdown on Friday after a student's weed pipe filled a classroom with pot smoke, the school said..
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