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July 14, 2014 8:54 AM

Nationwide settlement over Citigroup mortgages includes $200 million for California

Banking giant Citigroup Inc. is paying $7 billion to settle claims that it snookered investors on toxic mortgage-backed securities marketed during the housing bubble, with nearly $200 million of the settlement ticketed for California.

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