US: JPMorgan puts derivatives-fixing trouble behind in one state (Competition Policy International)

JPMorgan Chase has reportedly settled with West Virginia over allegations the bank manipulated the municipal derivatives market in violation of antitrust law.

According to reports, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced the settlement Tuesday; JPMorgan will pay a reported $400,000 to settle the case, which is now considered closed.

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Source: Global Competition Law Blogs