HSBC's Household International is ordered to pay investors $2.46B

A federal judge ruled Thursday that subprime lender Household International, which HSBC acquired in 2002, must pay investors $2.46 billion in a class-action suit that claimed the lender misrepresented interest rates on consumer loans and hid prepayment penalties in loan terms. A spokesman for HSBC said the bank plans to appeal.

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