Financial institutions are said to be racing to share evidence of FX price fixing with EU regulators, in exchange for immunity.
By Gaspard Sebag and Aoife White, Bloomberg|December 20, 2013 at 08:24 AM
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Banks are racing to betray their competitors to avoid possible European Union (EU) fines for rigging foreign-exchange markets, according to a person with knowledge of the EU’s preliminary investigation.
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