Currenex class action faces hurdles, say legal experts

Case could raise questions around statutes of limitations and damages calculations

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A proposed class-action lawsuit accusing foreign exchange trading platform Currenex of having secret priority agreements with several liquidity providers faces several hurdles to success, say legal experts.

Currenex, its parent company State Street, Goldman Sachs, HC Technologies and several unnamed defendants were named as targets in an August 4 federal lawsuit that alleges antitrust violations, fraud and racketeering stemming from secret priority agreements the platform had with the LPs that

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