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The Monday Express: JPMorgan discloses 1% gender pay gap; Citi to refund $335M

* Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams said he would support three or four rate hikes in 2018, with one of those hikes happening in "the near future," Reuters reports.

* Arjuna Capital has withdrawn a shareholder proposal in JPMorgan after the lender disclosed its gender pay parity, with women being "paid 99% of what men are paid" globally, after adjusting for some factors.

* Bank of America will be asking clients who are gun manufacturers on how they can help prevent deadly mass shootings, Reuters reports.

* Citigroup will refund around $335 million in provisions to credit card customers, who have been affected by higher annual interest rates.

* BB&T's systems have "substantially recovered" from an equipment malfunction on Feb. 22 that prevented customers from accessing their accounts and withdrawing money from ATMs.

* Carver Federal has sold its branch located at 75 W. 125th St. in New York for $19.5 million.

* A HopFed Bancorp special litigation committee has found no basis to file a lawsuit against its CEO, John Peck, for alleged breaches of fiduciary duty.

* Charles Schwab's board appointed Joseph Martinetto COO.

* Insurers American International Group and Hong Kong-based AIA Group are interested in buying Sydney-based AMP's assets, including its life insurance, wealth management and New Zealand operations, The Australian reports, without citing sources.

* Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar met with Idaho Gov. Butch Otter, who has ordered his insurance commissioner to find a way to let insurers sell plans that do not necessarily meet all of the Affordable Care Act requirements.

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