SEC finds 'apparent failures' at credit rating agencies
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has discovered "apparent failures" at 10 credit rating agencies.
Shares in Bank of America have fallen 2%, a day after it announced plans to charge debit card users $5 (£3.20) per month to pay for their purchases.
Those arrested were part of a larger group crossing the bridge from Manhattan, where they have been camped out near Wall Street for two weeks.
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