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Barclays Capital (BCS) fired one of its mortgage bond traders after he allegedly provided inaccurate information to clients involving residential.
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· In 2012, Barclays settled on charges stating that it had adjusted LIBOR rates. The bank had been engaging in this activity since around 2005. Several inaccurate rates were sent to investors for their benefit. Barclays was fined a total of £59.5 million for its actions as well as $360 million US from American enforcement agencies for the same issues.
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Rather than reflecting the actual cost of doing business for Fannie/Freddie – this change is a penalty and raises the cost of a Fannie/Freddie loan under a "plan" to encourage private capital to the mortgage marketplace.That is a question that the NYT should have asked in an article reporting on Fannie Mae’s new plans to punish people who.