3 Threats to U.S. Banks From BNP Paribas Fine

WASHINGTON BNP Paribas on Monday became the second foreign bank this year to plead guilty to violating U.S. laws, but perhaps the biggest question about the Justice Department action against the French company is what it means for U.S. banks.

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Today so many banks become bankrupt that is why I don't turn to national banks. It will be a pity to invest money and then lose them. Usually I save up money but sometimes when I don't have cash I take fast cash advance loan till payday. Many of us turn to national banks for taking loan but I'm against. It seems to me that if you really need big sun of money you should save up and if you need a little money you can take short term loan. It's more safety than taking long term loan in bank who steals your money.
Posted by Jennifer S | Saturday, July 05 2014 at 5:51AM ET
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