Round-tripping occurs when American citizens open bank accounts in tax havens such as the Cayman Islands, funnel money into the accounts and then use it to buy stocks and bonds back in the U.S. David McFadden/AP hide caption

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Sending Money On An Overseas Round Trip To Avoid Taxes

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"The stock market is rigged," says Michael Lewis, and high-frequency traders are to blame. But defenders of high-speed trading say it plays a legitimate role. Paul Giamou/iStockphoto hide caption

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Traders Defend High-Speed Systems Against Charges Of Rigging

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JPMorgan Chase Settles Madoff Case For $1.7 Billion

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JPMorgan, DOJ Expected To Settle Over Mortgage Abuses

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SAC Capital Agrees To Plead Guilty To Insider Trading

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Financial Markets Monitor Partial Federal Shutdown

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The headquarters of Lehman Brothers in Times Square in 2008, the year the financial services firm filed for bankruptcy. Hiroko Masuike/Getty Images hide caption

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5 Years After Financial Crisis, Are Big Banks Still A Threat?

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Ex-Goldman Sachs Executive Takes The Stand

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Despite Scandal, Wall Street Lines Up To Bid For LIBOR

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EU Bailout Tax Sparks Bank Run In Cyprus

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U.S. Economy Shrinks For First Time In Over Three Years

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Europe Fails To Stimulate Growth In 2012

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Mourners gather for a vigil service for victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting at St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church in Newtown, Conn., on Friday night. Andrew Gombert/AP hide caption

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Small Town Tries To Cope With Unimaginable Tragedy

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Staten Island 'Wiped Out' As Storm Relief Trickles In

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