Because of technical problems, Wednesday’s print edition of American Banker included erroneous equity and bond markets data. The erroneous data appeared in a box at the top of the page 1 news summary column.

Similar technical difficulties continue to prevent publication of American Banker’s daily stock data page. We regret the inconvenience to our readers and are working to get our markets data systems running properly.


Also Wednesday, “Weighing Institutions’ Role in Crisis” on page 1 understated the sum that Congress has earmarked for disaster relief and anti-terrorism initiatives. A measure President Bush signed into law Tuesday night provides $40 billion.


A page 1 story Thursday, “Launder Strategy Overtaken by Attacks,” mistakenly included Miami and omitted San Juan, Puerto Rico, from a list of focus areas for the Treasury Department’s High-Intensity Financial Crime Area task forces.

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