Weekly Roundup: Standard Chartered Under Cloud Again, U.S. Lawmakers Delay Hezbollah Sanctions Bill, and More

Standard Chartered Plc shares in London fell for a fourth consecutive day Friday following reports that federal and New York prosecutors are investigating whether the bank hid evidence showing the extent to which it violated U.S. sanctions against Iran before securing a deferred prosecution agreement in 2012, Bloomberg reported Friday. More The U.S. Senate delayed action on a Hezbollah sanctions bill after French and British officials warned congressional staffers that the new restrictions could damage Lebanon's economy by sparking capital flight, Al-Monitor reported Thursday. The European Union has yet to freeze Hezbollah's assets after blacklisting its military wing last year....