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DOJ Charges Three Traders with Spoofing

Spoofing is a form of market manipulation in the commodity markets in which the trader bids or places orders with no intent of executing them. Later they are cancelled. The practice can distort the pricing in the markets and cause

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The Reach of the FCPA

Despite the fact that the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act has been in force for decades there is relatively little case law interpreting its provisions. A great deal of the existing interpretation of the Act stems from settlements – the Department

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