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  • Citigroup to return $4.5 mln more in fee overcharges Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 | 10:00 PM ET

    NEW YORK, Aug 18- Citigroup Global Markets Inc, a unit of Citigroup Inc, has agreed with the New York attorney general to return $4.5 million in account management fees charged on some 15,000 frozen accounts. As a result of the agreement, a total of more than $20 million will be refunded to Citi customers for overcharges in an investigation initiated by New York...

  • How to spot China trouble lurking in your portfolio Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 | 1:34 PM ET
    An investor looks at an electronic board showing stock information in Hangzhou, China, on Aug. 18, 2015.

    When the Chinese market starts gyrating, don't get caught off guard. Here are the stocks to avoid if Chinese stocks continue their freefall.

  • LONDON, Aug 18- Gold fell on Tuesday, as the dollar rebounded following upbeat U.S. housing data that supported views of a looming interest rate increase by the Federal Reserve. Spot gold snapped initial gains and was down 0.5 percent at $1,111.71 an ounce by 1419 GMT, while U.S. gold for December delivery fell 0.7 percent to $1,110.20 an ounce.

  • Aug 18- Citigroup Inc is selling its alternative investor services business to financial technology provider SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc for $425 million, subject to adjustments. Citi, the No. 3 U.S. bank by assets, has been hiving off non-core assets to focus on wealthier clients. Financial terms of the transaction are not material to the bank, Citi said in a...

  • Aug 18- Citigroup Inc said it will sell its alternative investor services business to financial technology provider SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc.. The financial terms of the transaction are not material to the bank, Citigroup said on Tuesday. SS&C said in a separate statement that it would pay $425 million for the unit, subject to certain adjustments.

  • RIO DE JANEIRO/ SAO PAULO, Aug 18- Petrobras Chairman Murilo Ferreira dissented in a recent vote to sell a stake of at least 25 percent in the Brazilian state- controlled company's BR Distribuidora SA fuel distribution unit to help reduce debt, board meeting minutes showed. The 10- member board of Petróleo Brasileiro SA, as the oil producer is formally known,...

  • Carlyle considers shutting $4B credit hedge fund Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 | 7:34 AM ET
    David Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group co-founder and managing director

    Carlyle is considering shutting its $4bn credit hedge fund Claren Road after investors asked to pull almost half of their money out.

  • LONDON, Aug 18- Gold traded little changed on Tuesday, as investor focus shifted back to the prospect of a rate rise by the Federal Reserve. Gold snapped a seven-week losing streak and scaled a three-week high of $1,126.31 last week after China's devaluation of its yuan fueled some speculation that the Fed could hold off on raising interest rates this year.

  • Climate change could cost the world TRILLIONS Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 | 3:10 AM ET
    Climate change to cost $1.8 trillion: Citi

    Jason Channell, global head of alternative energy and clean tech at Citi, says that a lack of action on climate change will cost the global economy trillions.

  • Surgery Partners, owned by H.I. G Capital LLC, said BofA Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Jefferies, Citigroup and Morgan Stanley were among those underwriting the IPO. Reuters exclusively reported in March that Surgery Partners was preparing for a summer IPO, potentially valuing it at about $2 billion.

  • Oil ends down 1.5% as demand concern weighs Monday, 17 Aug 2015 | 2:31 PM ET

    Oil prices fell Monday as Japan suffered an economic contraction and China's slowdown continued to weigh on oil market sentiment.

  • WASHINGTON— Two Citigroup Inc. affiliates have agreed to pay $179.5 million to resolve federal regulators' charges of misleading investors in hedge funds that later collapsed. The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday the settlement with Citigroup Alternative Investments, a subsidiary of the bank, and Citigroup Global Markets, an...

  • Citi affiliates to pay $180M to settle charges Monday, 17 Aug 2015 | 11:58 AM ET

    The SEC announced Monday that two Citigroup affiliates agreed to pay almost $180 million to settle charges that they defrauded investors.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 17- Two units of Citigroup will pay nearly $180 million to settle financial crisis-era charges alleging they defrauded investors in two hedge funds by telling them the funds were safe, low-risk investments, U.S. regulators said Monday. "We are pleased to have resolved this matter," a Citigroup spokeswoman said in a statement.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 17- Two units of Citigroup will pay nearly $180 million to settle financial crisis-era charges alleging they defrauded investors in two hedge funds by telling them the funds were safe, low-risk investments, U.S. regulators said Monday. The Securities and Exchange Commission said that Citigroup Global Markets Inc and Citigroup Alternative...

  • *Dollar gains broadly, Wall Street seen higher. LONDON, Aug 17- European stocks rebounded from last week's heavy selloff on Monday and the dollar rose broadly, with investors reassured by stability in China's yuan exchange rate after it was fixed slightly higher for the second day running. Alstom shares rose as much as 7 percent after two people familiar with the...

  • *Citi lowers oil price outlook. LONDON, Aug 17- Oil prices fell towards six-year lows on Monday after data showed Japan's economy contracted and producers in the United States added drilling rigs for a fourth straight week despite a recent rout in prices. Japan's economy, the world's third biggest oil consumer, shrank in the second quarter from a year earlier,...

  • *MSCI Asia-Pacific index down as yuan woes weigh on China stocks. TOKYO, Aug 17- Asian stocks were dragged lower by volatile Chinese equities on Monday, as relative stability in the yuan failed to assuage underlying concerns that Beijing may push its currency further down after last week's surprise devaluation. The index added to last week's loss of 2.6 percent...

  • Dollar bull run hits global dividend payouts Monday, 17 Aug 2015 | 12:00 AM ET
    Stock dividend check

    Strength in the U.S. dollar continues to weigh on dividend payouts, which fell around the world for a third consecutive quarter between April and June, new data from Henderson Global Investors showed.

  • *MSCI Asia-Pacific index down 0.7 pct as China stocks slip. The index added to last week's loss of 2.6 percent suffered after Beijing devalued the yuan, buffeting global financial markets and fanning concerns about China's economy. Futures trading also reflected underlying investor pessimism towards an equity market Beijing has tried desperately to prop...