Banks Escape Antitrust Charges as EU Shuts Down Swaps ProbeBy and
Case opened in 2011 with naming of 13 bank involved in probe
Banks accused of colluding to keep competitors out of market
More than a dozen banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. will escape fines after European Union regulators dropped a four-year investigation into suspicions they conspired to shut exchanges out of the credit-default swaps market.
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