After JPMorgan Settlement, Who's Next?
On Thursday's edition of The Motley Fool's MarketFoolery podcast, host Chris Hill and analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson take a deep Foolish dive into today's top investing stories.
Now that JPMorgan Chase has agreed to settle for a record-breaking $13 billion in the case brought against it by the U.S. government over its involvement in the sub-prime mortgage scandal, which bank will be next in line? In this segment, our analysts discuss who these fines actually punish, why it is so difficult to pursue criminal charges against individuals involved, and which banks may be next.
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