India’s Regulator Plans Rules to Hobble HFT Firms’ AdvantageBy and
SEBI mulls speed bumps, micro-auction system to delay trades
New measures will be implemented in next three to four months
India’s markets regulator plans to increase penalties on high-speed trading firms that flood exchanges with orders that don’t result into actual transactions, as part of steps aimed at strengthening its oversight of computerized trading.
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