Japan suspends JP Morgan


Japan's Financial Services Agency (FSA) suspended JP Morgan Securities Asia from trading all stock index futures for 15 working days from March 10 after a trader at the firm was found to have made Tokyo Stock Price Index (Topix) futures trades that violated the Securities and Exchange Law.

A statement by the regulator said that on November 4, 2004, a trader entered a series of buy and sell orders at the same index point and matched the orders to each other. Hence, JP Morgan conducted cross trades

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