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Tuesday Express: Global Payments, Total System Services in $21.5B deal

* Global Payments agreed to buy Total System Services in an all-stock transaction valued at about $21.5 billion.

* Nasdaq unit Nasdaq AB withdrew its offer to acquire Oslo Børs VPS Holding after failing to meet the minimum acceptance condition for the offer's completion, clearing way for Euronext to pursue its bid for the Norwegian stock exchange operator.

* Mount Laurel, N.J.-based Freedom Mortgage is acquiring Charlotte, N.C.-based RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing in a deal set to close in the third or fourth quarter.

* JPMorgan Chase is looking to launch a global equity trading bot in its asset management unit to help cut equity trading costs and reduce risk, Business Insider reports.

* President Donald Trump's lawyers and the U.S. House Intelligence and Financial Services committees agreed to delay the enforcement of subpoenas for Trump's financial records from Capital One Financial and Deutsche Bank, CNN reports.

* JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup are among five banks that are facing a class-action lawsuit in Australia for allegedly rigging foreign exchange rates between Jan. 1, 2008, and Oct. 15, 2013.

* A design flaw in one of title insurer First American Financial's production applications may have exposed customer's financial information for unauthorized access, The Wall Street Journal reports.

* A final rule issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency would provide increased flexibility to federal savings associations to adapt to new economic conditions and business environments without changing their charters.