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News Wrap: JP Morgan to pay $100 million, admit traders acted 'recklessly'

In our news wrap Wednesday, JP Morgan Chase will pay $100 million in a settlement with the U.S. Futures Trading Commission after the bank's London operation made disastrous trades that lost $6 billion. Also, Mark Cuban, billionaire owner of the NBA's Dallas
Mavericks, was acquitted on insider trading charges by a federal jury.
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