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Foreign media headlines: IMF expects economic growth in India will be super Chinese U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Reuters IMF warrants is expected this year, India’s economic growth will be super Chinese IMF president Christine Lagarde said on Wednesday that the agency will be published next week in the "global economic outlook" report in a further drop in U.S. economic growth is expected in 2016. In July this year, IMF in the U.S. economic growth in 2016 is expected to drop from 2.4% to 2.2%. Lagarde also said that China’s economic growth this year is expected to be around 6%, India’s economic growth will exceed 7%. The United States announced California comprehensive sanctions against California Chinese bank treasury secretary Jiang Junhui California Chinese finance minister Jiang Junhui (John Chiang) announced on Wednesday that the state will be suspended and Wells Fargo business relationship, as the bank fraud punishment, the sanctions will last for one year, including specific measures to suspend the Wells Fargo Bank as California bond issue Underwriters the qualification, and suspended all of Wells Fargo securities investment etc.. In addition, Jiang Junhui also promised to cooperate with California’s two largest public pension fund, the Wells Fargo Bank to reform its management structure, including the separation of the chairman and the position of CEO, and the appointment of a consumer ombudsman (Ombudsman). Earlier this month, Wells Fargo was fined $185 million in fees by regulators for its employees to cheat customers by selling it. The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPB) said that the Wells Fargo Bank staff to achieve sales target, opened more than 1 million 500 thousand savings accounts without the client’s consent, and for more than 560 thousand credit card accounts, to collect fees. In addition, the bank staff also fake PIN code, fabricated e-mail address, registered in the name of the customer online banking services. UBS fined $15 million for improper sale of securities and UBS agreed to pay more than $15 million to settle allegations that it improperly sold securities. The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said that UBS in 2011 to 2014 years to more than 8700 retail customers sold back about $548 million in convertible notes, the relative lack of investment experience these customers do not understand the risk of bill. Many customers are medium net worth and income, risk tolerance is low. SEC said securities firms such as UBS must ensure that their financial advisors understand the potential risks and rewards of complex products they recommend to customers. Budweiser InBev bribery by the United States fined $6 million U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in India (SEC) said on Wednesday that Budweiser beer giant InBev agreed to pay $6 million to settle in India bribery, in violation of the United States "FCPA" charges. The SEC survey found that Budweiser’s use of third party sales staff to bribe officials in India, in order to promote sales and production. The company also entered into an agreement with a staff member to prevent the person from continuing to communicate with SEC. SEC said that Budweiser InBev lack of internal accounting control, in order to find and stop these bribes 9相关的主题文章: