Enron charged with gas and broadband manipulation

The US’s Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has finally charged bankrupt energy trader Enron and a former vice-president of the company with manipulating natural gas prices.

In a complaint filed in a federal district court in Houston on March 12, the CFTC alleged Enron and Hunter Shively, a former vice-president, had sought to manipulate commodity prices, including prices for natural gas, lumber and other agricultural products. Shively was the desk manager for Enron’s central desk from

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