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    10 biggest financial-market events this week

    MarketWatch – 11:25 AM ET 02/27/2015

    Taxes, the housing market, Janet Yellen and the rising Nasdaq led the news. MarketWatch rounded up the 10 most important news events of the past week. We focused on market-related issues, but we've included other subjects of interest to readers.

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    PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Feb 27

    Reuters – 1:08 AM ET 02/27/2015

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. * United States' largest health insurer, UnitedHealth Group Inc (UNH), is imposing tighter controls on its coverage for hysterectomies after more than a year of debate over a medical device that was found to spread hidden cancer in some women undergoing the procedure.

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    REFILE-Carlyle splashes out $31.2 million on former JPMorgan executive

    Reuters – 8:59 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Carlyle Group LP (CG) paid its co-president who was hired last year from JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM) $31.2 million in 2014, a higher compensation than many veterans received at the private equity firm, a regulatory filing showed on Thursday. The disclosure shows the lengths to which Carlyle went to poach Michael Cavanagh in a bid to attract top talent and diversify its business.

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    J.P. Morgan Emerges as CEO Breeding Ground

    DJ Business News – 7:51 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Another former top executive of J.P. Morgan Chase& Co. is getting a corner office of his own. British bank Standard Chartered PLC (SCBFF) on Thursday named Bill Winters its next chief executive officer, making him the latest former deputy to J.P.

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    J.P. Morgan's CEO Bloodline

    DJ Business News – 7:50 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Another former top executive of J.P. Morgan Chase& Co. is getting a corner office of his own. British bank Standard Chartered PLC (SCBFF) on Thursday named Bill Winters its next chief executive officer, making him the latest former deputy to J.P.

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    Plan to Sell Argentine Debt Collapses -- Update

    DJ Business News – 7:11 PM ET 02/26/2015

    A bid by two global banks to sell bonds for Argentina in London collapsed, delivering a fresh setback to the cash- strapped South American nation amid a long-running feud with creditors. Deutsche Bank AG (DB) and J.P. Morgan Chase& Co. approached bond fund managers on Wednesday to gauge interest in an auction of the country's debt in London, people familiar with the matter said.

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    Far West Volume Down in 2014

    SourceMedia Bond Buyer – 7:04 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Municipal bond sales in the Far West were down slightly in 2014 as new money issuance slowed down across much of the region.

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    Results of Competitive Sales

    SourceMedia Bond Buyer – 7:04 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Trumann School District No. 21 of Poinsett County. Due Jun 1, 2016 to 2044.. L.O.: Friday Eldredge& Clark, Little Rock, AR..

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    Negotiated Bond Sales

    SourceMedia Bond Buyer – 7:04 PM ET 02/26/2015

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    How to Give Standard Chartered Breathing Room It Needs

    MarketWatch – 6:27 PM ET 02/26/2015

    "Today is all about people," insisted Standard Chartered's (SCBFF) chairman, Sir John Peace, as he abruptly kicked Chief Executive Peter Sands out of his job. Bill Winters, former head of J.P. Morgan's investment bank, will arrive in May to succeed him.

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    Two Bank of America Directors Won't Seek Re-Election

    DJ Business News – 5:01 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Bank of America Corp. (BAC) said directors Charles Holliday and Clayton Rose have opted not to seek re-election to its board, and Neil Cotty is leaving his role as chief accounting officer. Holliday was previously the chairman of the Charlotte, N.C., lender before the board voted last fall to make Brian Moynihan chairman as well as chief executive. At the time, Bank of America (BAC) said Mr.

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    How Sands fell from grace at Standard Chartered

    Reuters – 12:34 PM ET 02/26/2015

    In summer 2012 Peter Sands was flying high as Standard Chartered Chief Executive, batting back questions on whether he was tempted to run Barclays (BCS) or even the Bank of England. Praised for steering a safe path through the financial crisis, the former McKinsey consultant had just delivered bumper half-year earnings to set his Asia-focused bank on course for a 10th straight year of record profits.

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    New Standard Chartered Head Bill Winters Draws Rave Reviews

    DJ Business News – 11:43 AM ET 02/26/2015

    LONDON-- Bill Winters, a longtime investment banker at J.P. Morgan Chase& Co., hasn't worked in Asia or Africa. He lacks experience in commercial or retail banking.

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    Standard Chartered CEO Peter Sands to Step Down -- 3rd Update

    DJ Business News – 11:19 AM ET 02/26/2015

    LONDON-- Standard Chartered PLC (SCBFF) said Thursday that Chief Executive Peter Sands will step down in June and be replaced by former J.P. Morgan Chase& Co. executive Bill Winters, following a protracted campaign by shareholders and some executives who had grown frustrated with the bank's leadership. The shake-up was far-reaching: The London-based, Asia-focused lender also said Chairman John Peace will step down in 2016 and that three longtime board members were also resigning.

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    REFILE-U.S. CFTC mulls tweaks to rules for uncleared margin

    Reuters – 9:14 AM ET 02/26/2015

    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission is considering some changes to proposed rules for margin for derivatives traded without the intermediation of clearing houses, the head of the agency said on Thursday. Chairman Tim Massad said discussions with international regulators had brought to light some differences between the regimes in Europe and Japan.

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    Argentina shelves dollar-denominated bond sale -IFR sources

    Reuters – 8:43 AM ET 02/26/2015

    Argentina has suspended a planned sale of dollar-denominated bonds intended to raise at least $2 billion, two investors with direct knowledge of the deal told Thomson Reuters IFR on Thursday. The suspension, if lengthy, could hamper Argentina's financing of bonds worth over $6 billion that mature later in the year as the government fights to shore up low foreign reserves.

  17. J.P. Morgan Chase stock price target raised to $72 from $68 at Citigroup

    MarketWatch – 8:25 AM ET 02/26/2015
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    StanChart picks ex-JPMorgan exec Winters as CEO in major overhaul

    Reuters – 8:00 AM ET 02/26/2015

    * Former co-head of JPMorgan investment bank to take StanChart job. * Chairman Peace says will also step down in 2016. * Major management, board shake-up at troubled Asia-focused bank. * Early tasks for Winters could be rights issue, cost cuts. * StanChart shares up 3 pct. By Steve Slater and Lawrence White.

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    US judge orders JPMorgan, Deutsche to give Argentine bond papers

    Reuters – 7:51 AM ET 02/26/2015

    A U.S. judge has ordered Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan Chase and Co (JPM) to hand over documents relevant to Argentina's planned new issuance of dollar-denominated debt, court papers showed.

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    New Standard Chartered Head Has Cautious Image

    DJ Business News – 7:08 AM ET 02/26/2015

    LONDON--The last time an American investment banker headed a British bank, it didn't end well. Bob Diamond was ousted as chief executive of Barclays PLC under pressure from regulators in 2012.. Bill Winters, an American investment banker, was named Thursday to replace Peter Sands as CEO of Standard Chartered PLC.

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