Receiving Wide Coverage ... RBS, Part II: Bankers behaving badly are all too happy to document said behavior in any type of internal correspondence they can. That seems to be a big takeaway this week as the Royal Bank of Scotland's $612 million Libor settlement has yielded incriminating emails and instant messages similar to those the Justice Department revealed in its civil case against Standard & Poor's. The most notable RBS correspondence making the rounds is
RBS, S&P Revisited; Geithner Book Titles; JPMorgan May Have Knowingly Made Bad Mortgage Deals
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