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SEC joins list of agencies probing high-frequency trading

April 2, 2014

NEW YORK— Federal agents are making an unusual public plea for the U.S. financial industry to bare its secrets. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has openly solicited traders and stock-exchange workers to blow the whistle on possible front-running and manipulation via high-speed computers. The FBI joins a roster of authorities examining high- frequency trading,...
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Canadian is hero of U.S. book on trading: Roseman

April 1, 2014

Michael Lewis is a talented writer. He can tell compelling stories and explain complex business issues in terms everyone can understand. Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt, which came out this week, has created enough controversy to make him the second most popular author at Amazon after Veronica Roth (whose Divergent series of young...
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Toronto stock market ends 2013 trading on a high note, nets 9.55 per cent for the year

January 1, 2014

The Toronto stock market closed higher Tuesday as investors closed the books on a year that saw a solid advance. The S&P/TSX composite index climbed 40.1 points to 13,621.55 with gains for the day led by the battered gold sector, by far the biggest loser on the Toronto market this year. The TSX ended...
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U.S. government says Mark Cuban’s drive to win led him to commit insider trading

October 1, 2013
U.S. government says Mark Cuban’s drive to win led him to commit insider trading

More Video BlackBerry parties with Alicia Keys DALLAS—A U.S. government lawyer says the drive to win that helps Mark Cuban succeed in business led the billionaire basketball owner to cheat by using insider information to sell stock in an Internet company. “Mark Cuban violated the law, and he knew better,” Securities and Exchange Commission...
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CNOOC begins trading on TSX following Nexen takeover

September 18, 2013
CNOOC begins trading on TSX following Nexen takeover

More Video Original Apple 1 Computer Sold for Nearly $ 700K Oil Prices Dip on Dollar Rise The Chinese state-controlled company that acquired Calgary-based Nexen in a landmark $ 15.1-billion takeover, CNOOC Ltd., began trading on Canada’s largest stock market Wednesday. CNOOC’s share-substitutes, known as American depository receipts, have the symbol CNU on the...
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