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  • WASHINGTON, April 22- The U.S. consumer financial watchdog warned on Tuesday that some student loan borrowers could be thrown into default if relatives who co-signed their loans die or declare bankruptcy.

  • *First-quarter net profit $1.96/ share vs est $1.69. April 16- Capital One Financial Corp's quarterly profit rose about 10 percent, beating estimates, as the credit card issuer set aside less money to cover soured loans.

  • Capital One profit rises 10 pct due to lower provision Wednesday, 16 Apr 2014 | 4:25 PM ET

    April 16- Capital One Financial Corp's quarterly profit rose about 10 percent as the credit card issuer set aside less money to cover soured loans. The company's net income available to common stockholders rose to $1.14 billion, or $1.96 per share, for the first-quarter ended March 31, from $1.04 billion, or $1.77 per share, a year earlier.

  • April 10- Shares of auto-lender Ally Financial Inc fell as much as 4.1 percent in their market debut on Thursday, taking the shine off the biggest U.S. initial public offering so far this year as investor appetite for big stock offerings shows signs of waning.

  • *American Express, Citigroup, Discover prevail. NEW YORK, April 10- Consumers suffered a setback on Thursday as three big credit card issuers won the dismissal of U.S. lawsuits accusing them of colluding to require that disputes be settled in arbitration rather than class action lawsuits.

  • UPDATE 2-Big credit card issuers defeat collusion lawsuit Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 | 11:44 AM ET

    *American Express, Citigroup, Discover prevail. NEW YORK, April 10- Consumers suffered a setback on Thursday as three big credit card issuers won the dismissal of U.S. lawsuits accusing them of colluding to require that disputes be settled in arbitration rather than class action lawsuits.

  • NEW YORK, April 10- American Express Co, Citigroup Inc and Discover Financial Services won the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing them of colluding to force credit card holders to settle disputes through arbitration rather than class action lawsuits.

  • WASHINGTON, April 9- Bank of America agreed to pay nearly $800 million in fines and restitution to settle allegations of deceptive marketing and unfair billing involving credit card products, U.S. regulators said on Wednesday. Bank of America neither admitted nor denied wrongdoing, the bureau said.

  • WASHINGTON, April 7- U.S. consumer credit rose more than expected in February, likely reflecting a surge in demand for student and automobile loans. Total consumer credit increased by $16.49 billion to $3.13 trillion, the Federal Reserve said on Monday.

  • *Popular in talks with Citi over Spanish retail unit. MADRID, April 4- Banco Popular said on Friday it was in talks to buy Citigroup's retail banking and credit card business in Spain, where other foreign players struggling to compete with local banks after a financial crisis have considered exits.

  • WASHINGTON, April 3- Bank of America Corp is close to settling with a U.S. consumer regulator over the sale of services sold as add-ons to credit cards, sources familiar with the talks said.

  • WASHINGTON, April 3- Bank of America Corp is close to a settlement with the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over problems with products sold as add-ons to credit cards, sources familiar with the talks said.

  • US CONSUMER REGULATOR CLOSE TO SETTLEMENT WITH BANK OF AMERICA OVER CREDIT CARD ADD-ON PRODUCTS-SOURCES.

  • April 3- Bank of America Corp is in talks to may pay more than $800 million to settle allegations by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that it forced customers to sign up for extra credit-card products, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

  • April 1- Wells Fargo& Co said on Tuesday that it agreed to issue and service credit cards for retailer Dillard's Inc, the latest move by the fourth-largest U.S. bank to boost its card business.

  • April 1- Two U.S. banks that sued Target Corp and credit card security firm Trustwave Holdings Inc over responsibility for one of the largest data breaches on record have at least for now dropped their lawsuit.

  • Why we're not satisfied with social media sites Tuesday, 1 Apr 2014 | 8:00 AM ET

    Most of us have a positive experience when we use the Web. Credit unions, shipping companies, banks and hotels scored highest.

  • LONDON/ STOCKHOLM, March 31- U.S. conglomerate General Electric Co is exploring the sale of its GE Money Bank unit in the Nordic region, which could fetch up to 2 billion euros, as it retreats from the finance sector, sources close to the matter told Reuters.

  • LONDON/ STOCKHOLM, March 31- U.S. conglomerate General Electric is exploring the sale of its GE Money Bank unit in the Nordic region, which could fetch up to 2 billion euros, as it retreats from the finance sector, sources close to the matter told Reuters.

  • March 29- Trustwave Holdings Inc, a credit-card security firm that has been sued along with Target Corp over a sweeping data breach, said on Saturday it did not process cardholder data for the retailer or handle Target's data security as a lawsuit alleges.