Market abuse crackdown

Editor's blog

In the midst of the current market turmoil, instances of market abuse have emerged. The US Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a Wall Street trader with market manipulation this week, and the UK's Financial Services Authority is continuing its search for the trader/s who started malicious and false rumours about a British bank that caused its share price to drop by 17% in March. The potential for market abuse has certainly been heightened by the current market crisis, and financial

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