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TORONTO, Feb 6- TMX Group Ltd, operator of the Toronto Stock Exchange, reported better-than-expected profit for the first full quarter since a group of Canadian financial institutions took control, even as sluggish trading and listing activity limited growth.
LONDON, Feb 6- Britain's Royal Bank of Scotland was fined $612 million and a subsidiary admitted to a criminal offence as regulators nailed a third bank in a global investigation into rigging of benchmark interest rates.
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SINGAPORE/ JAKARTA, Feb 7- Southeast Asian central banks are in talks to overhaul the way reference rates for offshore currency derivatives are set following investigations by banks in Singapore that found traders in the city-state tried to manipulate the market, the president of Indonesia's foreign exchange industry group said.
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SIENA, Italy, Feb 6- Board members at Monte dei Paschi are expected to say on Wednesday that Italy's third largest bank may have lost up to 1 billion euros on opaque derivatives trades, far higher than the initial estimate.
Banks that rigged interest rates behaved in "brazen, flagrant" fashion, the head of the Commodities and Futures Trading Commission told CNBC on Wednesday.
TORONTO, Feb 6- TMX Group Ltd, operator of the Toronto Stock Exchange, reported a profit for the first full quarter since a consortium of Canadian financial institutions took control, even as slow trading and listing activity held back the results.
LONDON, Feb 6- The euro dipped and European shares fell on Wednesday as investors waited to see if the European Central Bank would respond to the currency's recent jump after Germany said it was not overvalued. U.S. stock index futures also pointed to a lower open on Wall Street after the benchmark S&P 500' s rally of more than 1 percent a day earlier.
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Net income attributable to the Atlanta- based commodities exchange was $129.5 million, or $1.76 a share, in the fourth quarter, up from $126.8 million, or $1.73 a diluted share, a year earlier.
DUBAI, Feb 6- Coutts, the private banking arm of Royal Bank of Scotland, is telling clients to switch part of their allocations to equities from bonds ahead of a bear market in fixed-income markets.
LONDON, Feb 6- The euro dipped on Wednesday as investors waited to see if the European Central Bank would respond to the currency's recent jump which threatens to delay any regional economic recovery.
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LONDON, Feb 6- Royal Bank of Scotland will be hit with fines of almost 400 million pounds on Wednesday for its role in a global interest-rate rigging scandal, sources familiar with the situation said.
ABU DHABI, Feb 6- Banks in the United Arab Emirates have proposed amendments to rules capping mortgage lending which aim to prevent bubbles from forming in the real estate sector, a banking industry body said on Wednesday.
ISTANBUL, Feb 6- Turkish banks, which doubled their foreign borrowing last year, may issue billions of lira worth of lira-denominated Eurobonds in months ahead after a debut issue from Akbank sparked huge interest from foreign investors.