News Headlines - 04 November 2012

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney make final election push | The Observer

President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Saturday began the last frantic days of campaigning in their battle for the White House by criss-crossing America's key swing states.

China wraps up key meeting with Bo Xilai expulsion | Reuters

Chinese leaders ended a key closed-door conclave on Sunday with a decision to formally expel disgraced politician Bo Xilai from the Communist Party, in a meeting which also promoted two senior military men and approved the party constitution's amendment.

Children's commissioner for Wales urges inquiry into abuse allegations | guardian.co.uk

The children's commissioner for Wales has said a new inquiry should be held into allegations that a senior Tory was involved in a paedophile ring three decades ago in order to avoid suggestions of a cover-up.

British bank RBS set to pay fine due to Libor rate fixing | FTC Publications Newswire Daily

UK’s biggest taxpayer-owned lender Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc said it will likely pay a fine in the next several months to settle with regulators’ investigating its involvement in manipulation of the London interbank offered rate.

Japan Regulators Seek Fresh Fine Against Japan Advisory - WSJ.com

Japanese regulators on Friday sought a fresh fine against Tokyo-based investment adviser Japan Advisory for allegedly trading on information gleaned from a research report compiled by Nomura Holdings Inc. 8604.TO +4.20% The case is the latest in Japan's ongoing crackdown on insider trading where employees at brokerages were found to have passed on non-public information to clients on share offerings.








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