Currency Trading Probe Focuses on Instant Messages

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Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) -- In "Company News," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on the top stories of the day. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

December 13. i think it is 56 days?

It's a countdown clock.

Let's negotiate a company news.

There is a lot of company news.

A currency market investigation is focusing on instant messages.

Regulators are looking in messages sent by traders at citigroup, barclays, and ubs.

The traders outlined details of orders and positions.

Investigators want to see if those messages were at -- an attempt to manipulate or extent markets.

Jpmorgan is selling one chase manhattan plaza to the investment arm of the biggest chinese industrial group.

It will pay 725 million dollars for the lower manhattan tower which was built by david rockefeller.

A lack of patents at twitter worries some intentional -- some potential investors.

The company only has nine.

Facebook at 774 before it went public.

Patents are used by some investors to gauge the value of technological breakthroughs but one reason for the low number at twitter, it allows its engineers and designers to own their convention.

-- to own their invention.

We will talk more about google.

It had a solid quarter.

What do the companies earnings

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