(Reuters) - A U.S. judge ordered Barclays Plc and the U.S. Justice Department on Thursday to explain if the bank's $453 million settlement of allegations it manipulated interest rates affects a 2010 settlement in a case involving alleged illegal dealings with banks in countries like Iran and Cuba.
Barclays Settles LIBOR Fixing Claim, And BOY Did Its Bankers Write A Bunch Of Embarrassing Emails
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A new nightmare on Wall Street? U.S. banks face criminal probe into global interest rate-fixing scheme as Barclays blows the whistle on America's financial giants
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