State Street yesterday said that federal regulators had subpoenaed additional trading information from some of its units, Reuters reports.

State Street – a custodian of $9.4 trillion, manager of $1.4 trillion and calculator of the bulk of mutual fund prices quoted in newspapers – said it has already cooperated with the SEC and the Department of Labor.

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