Fed leaked meeting minutes to U.S. banks

April 11, 2013 | Last updated on April 11, 2013
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It turns out the Federal Reserve’s March meeting minutes were leaked to major banks, reports Financial Times.

The minutes were published yesterday morning rather than in the afternoon as planned. FT adds the central bank claimed this early release was due to the information being revealed to a small list of government officials too soon.

Once this list was published, however, it showed lobbyists for major U.S. banks like JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs were also privy to the data. Read more.

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