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''Flash crash'' trader's ex-employer had no concerns about him

Futex, the trading firm that for five years employed the Briton accused of fraud and market manipulation by U.S. authorities related to the May 2010 `flash crash,` had no concerns about his trading during his tenure, the firm said in a statement Friday.

Accused ''flash crash'' trader granted bail, fights extradition to US

A British trader accused by US authorities of market manipulation that contributed to the May 2010 Wall Street "flash crash" was granted bail by a London court on Wednesday, after saying he opposed extradition to the United States for a trial.

UK trader sought in US over flash crash due in court on Wednesday

A futures trader who was arrested in Britain over charges that he helped spark the May 2010 "flash crash" on U.S. financial markets will appear in a London court on Wednesday, British police said.

SEBI unveils steps to prevent flash crash at bourses

To prevent instances of flash crashes on stock exchanges, SEBI Thursday came out with stringent norms that require bourses to ensure that brokers implement appropriate risk checks before executing a trade.

Flash crash: Sebi says norms to protect investors in few days

Markets watchdog Sebi on Wednesday said guidelines to prevent flash markets crash like what happened on the NSE in October and protect the interests of investors will be in place within a few days.

Sebi mulls trading pause, order annulment in flash crash cases

Capital market regulator Sebi is looking at introducing a small-duration trading pause and annulment of orders to ring-fence equity investors in a 'flash crash' situation.

Sebi, NSE to take appropriate actions: FM on Nifty crash

A day after stock market benchmark Nifty witnessed a 900-point flash crash, Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Saturday said the matter is being investigated and regulator Sebi would take necessary actions in this regard.

Sebi initiates probe into 900-point Nifty 'flash crash'

Market regulator Sebi has begun initial probe into the 'flash crash' of NSE index Nifty, which fell by nearly 900 points this morning, halting the trade on the exchange for about 15 minutes.