October 12, 2010
By Asjylyn Loder
The top U.S. commodity regulator will review algorithmic trading and other practices such as “spoofing” and “quote stuffing” as part of the largest rewrite of Wall Street rules since the 1930s.
The Dodd-Frank financial legislation may make it easier for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to punish manipulation and disruptive trading in markets for commodities such as oil, wheat and natural gas…
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Last Updated: October 15, 2010