High Frequency Trader Coscia Hit With Criminal ChargesMark Melin
U.S. criminal prosecutors appear to be getting tough with high frequency trading, as a firm has been hit with criminal charges for manipulating prices in futures markets, court documents reveal.
This is the first criminal case to be brought under new Commodity Futures Trading Commission rules that cover market manipulation
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