After a day of wild swings, the S&P 500 lost 3.9% Monday to cap a 7% two-day retreat.
The penalty is the biggest in the seven-year LIBOR investigation that has wrecked banking's reputation.
Manufacturers around the world enjoyed a solid start to the year as order books swelled.
Wall Street ends lower; S&P 500 extends losses for third day still suffering from emerging markets sell off.
To address the a sharp fall in the lira against the euro and US dollar, part of an emerging market sell-off.
Dublin raises €3.75 billion in 10-year debt sale.
Concern grows that recent stock rally has been overdone.
Strong growth, hiring reinforced expectations that U.S. Fed will start cutting back stimulus.
Investors awaited a raft of economic news ahead of ECB's monthly policy meeting.
Markets traded in narrow ranges as investors awaited a raft of economic and corporate news.
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