Suggestions of sabotage at LSE 'ridiculous' says IT consultancy

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It is "ridiculous" to assert the trading disruptions at the London Stock Exchange (LSE) at the start of November were caused by sabotage, says one consultancy source.

The LSE closed its pan-European multilateral trading facility trading platform, Turquoise, for just over two hours on November 2, and issued a statement at the time saying: "Preliminary investigations indicate this human error might have occurred in suspicious circumstances."

However, one source at a European IT consultancy

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