High-Speed Trading Probes May Cost European Banks $500 MillionJesse Westbrook
European banks may pay more than $500 million to resolve regulators’ investigations into high-frequency trading, according to a Credit Suisse Group AG estimate made before New York’s attorney general sued Barclays Plc for allegedly misleading its clients.
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