NEW YORK (Reuters) - Prudential Financial Inc. (NYSE:PRU - news) may be close to a settlement with authorities that would resolve market timing investigations as early as Monday, Bloomberg News reported on Friday.
As part of the settlement expected to be announced on Monday, Prudential will pay about $600 million, according to a report on the Wall Street Journal Web site citing unnamed sources.
Under the agreement, Prudential, the second-largest life insurer in the United States, will avoid criminal prosecution the Bloomberg story said, sourcing it to people familiar with the probes.
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