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The State Street Global Markets division generally did not price foreign exchange transactions at prevailing interbank market rates.

Boston-based State Street Bank and Trust Co. has agreed to pay $382.4 million, of which $60 million will go to ERISA plan clients, to settle allegations that it deceived some of its custody clients when providing them with indirect foreign currency exchange services.

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