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Fri, Jun 16 2017

BRIEF-U.S. Bancorp names Tim Welsh vice chairman of consumer banking sales and support

* u.s. Bank names Tim Welsh vice chairman of consumer banking sales and support

MOVES-Private Client Reserve of US Bank hires new senior private banker

June 7 U.S. Bank Wealth Management, a unit of U.S. Bancorp, named Eric Contreras senior private banker for the Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank in San Francisco.

BRIEF-U.S. Bancorp says issued EUR 1 bln aggregate principal amount of 0.850% medium-term notes

* U.S. Bancorp - on June 7, co issued EUR 1 billion aggregate principal amount of 0.850% medium-term notes, series X (senior), due June 7, 2024 - sec filing Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Judge rejects U.S. Bancorp bid to dismiss Ambac lawsuit over BofA pact

A federal judge has rejected U.S. Bancorp's bid to dismiss a lawsuit in which the bond insurer Ambac Financial Group Inc sought to halt what it deemed a lowball settlement between investors and Bank of America Corp over poorly underwritten mortgage securities.

BRIEF-Fitch says U.S. bank deregulation advances, but hurdles remain

* Fitch says U.S. Bank deregulation advances, but hurdles remain

Fitch: U.S. Bank Deregulation Advances, But Hurdles Remain

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: U.S. Bank Deregulation Advances, But Hurdles Remain https://www.fitchratings.com/site/re/898807 NEW YORK, May 24 (Fitch) The momentum for U.S. bank deregulation continues to grow, but it is becoming more likely that it will take the form of multiple smaller bills targeting relief for specific segments of the financial sector as opposed to a single, comprehensive bill, says Fitch Ratings. The Financial Choi

Mexico sugar industry warns U.S. tough line sets bad NAFTA precedent

MEXICO CITY A tough U.S. proposal on bilateral sugar trade with Mexico sets a bad precedent for an impending renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the head of Mexico's sugar chamber, Juan Cortina, said on Tuesday.

BRIEF-Canadian Solar secures project financing from Prudential Capital group and U.S. Bank

* Canadian Solar secures project financing from Prudential Capital Group and U.S. Bank

Exclusive: U.S. offers to fund Mexico heroin fight as 2016 output jumps - U.S. official

MEXICO CITY The United States has offered to help fund Mexico's efforts to eradicate opium poppies, the U.S. assistant secretary for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) said on Friday, as Mexican heroin output increased again last year.

BRIEF-U.S. Bancorp reports Q1 earnings per share $0.82

* Q1 earnings per share view $0.80 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

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