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a phone unifying hundred and forty five million dollars for u. b. s. a match just the start , the swiss bank saying wednesday it'll pay the fine to settle a probe by u. s. authorities over alleged rigging of currency markets and interest rates , for all the banks j. p. morgan city group barclays an op yes expected to make similar announcements as the day goes on , total fines could amount to over five billion dollars , but russia's banking editor steve slater says criminal charges against the lenders could prove more significant , you could put restrictions on their u. s. operation , could down , on the banks been very keen to get waivers to to make shorter they're not punished to heavenly bodies criminal charges but it is wrong is pretty unprecedented so many big bank sir to face criminal charges we mongo if j. p. morgan and city do plead guilty they'd be the first major u. s. banks to do so for decades , but any settlement could be even more painful for barclays , new york officials warning that individuals not just the bank as a whole could face charges there , the bank also has to settle with u. s. and u. k. regulators meaning total fines could be even bigger some analysts predict two billion dollars or more