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June 27, 2012 12:00 AM

Record fine on Barclays renews bank debate

The announcement Wednesday by U.S. and British regulators of $450 million in penalties against Britain’s giant bank Barclays PLC for attempted manipulation of interest rates affecting U.S. consumers reignited debate about executive compensation and the need to further regulate the largest financial institutions.

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