Japanese bank Nomura to pay $480M for role in housing crisis

NEW YORK — Japanese bank Nomura is agreeing to pay $480 million to U.S. authorities for its alleged role in the housing market bubble and the subsequent 2008 financial crisis. The Justice …
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