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High-Frequency Trader Accused of Commodity Market ‘Spoofing’

Traders Magazine Online News, October 3, 2014

Andrew Harris and Matthew Leising

A high-frequency trader was indicted for “spoofing,” the placing and immediate canceling of orders to manipulate commodities markets, in what the U.S. Justice Department says is the first criminal case of its kind.

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