Barclays PLC on Thursday reported a fresh £500 million ($800 million) legal provision related to investigations into the alleged manipulation of the foreign-exchange market. The charge weighed down what was otherwise a brighter quarterly performance by the British bank, showing early signs that a radical restructuring is paying off...The provision comes as the first stage of a global probe into alleged foreign-exchange price rigging nears an end, and relates to “ongoing investigations into foreign exchange with certain regulatory authorities,” the bank said. [WSJ]
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