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Wells Fargo Details Refunds to Certain Mortgage Customers 
 

Wells Fargo said it is refunding certain customers who may have wrongfully paid fees for mortgage lock extensions. The bank gave additional details on its plans after CEO Timothy Sloan mentioned the refunds during a congressional hearing Tuesday.

 
Key Lawmaker Calls for SEC to Delay Trading Database 
 

The House's leading lawmaker on financial regulation urged the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday to delay the launch of a vast database of stock-market trades that promises to be a target of hackers.

 
The Hand-to-Hand Combat to Save Payday Lending 
 

After fierce letter-writing campaigns promoted by both payday lenders and consumer advocates, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is expected in coming days to introduce federal oversight of the $38.5 billion industry.

 
ECB Sets Out New Rules to Tackle Bad Loans 
 

The European Central Bank published new rules to strengthen the buffer that banks use to cover bad loans, its latest move to tackle a major problem for the region's banking sector.

 
Fund Managers Put Their Money Where Their Mouths Are 
 

Fidelity International, the overseas sister company of U.S.-based Fidelity Investments, said it will soon begin offering equity funds that charge a slightly higher fee when they outperform their benchmark, but less if they underperform.

 
PwC Reports Higher Global Revenue 
 

PricewaterhouseCoopers recorded $37.7 billion in global revenue in its most recent fiscal year, up 5% from the previous year in U.S. dollar terms, the Big Four accounting firm said Wednesday.

 
Derek Jeter's Banker Joins Rockefellers in New Wall Street Venture 
 

Rockefeller & Co. is expected to appoint Greg Fleming as CEO, part of a deal in which the firm will be acquired by hedge-fund firm Viking Global Investors and recast as an adviser and asset manager to the ultrawealthy.

 
In China, Cryptocurrency Sales Persist in the Shadows 
 

As China widens a crackdown on exchanges and attempts to limit private trading venues for digital currencies, clandestine sales pitches seeking as much as $100,000 per investor are taking place out of regulators' sight.

 
Talking Taxes: The Sacred Cows of the Tax Code 
 

GOP plans for a big tax overhaul hinge on how far the White House and Congress are willing to go in reining in popular tax breaks, sometimes known as the sacred cows of the tax code. WSJ's Richard Rubin explains...with real cows.

 
Ex-Goldman Banker Tied to 1MDB Barred From U.S. Securities Industry 
 

A former Goldman Sachs senior banker linked to alleged financial fraud involving Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. was barred from the U.S. securities industry for failing to cooperate with a regulator's investigation.

 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

October 04, 2017 11:15 ET (15:15 GMT)

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