China’s HFT Criminal Case a Taste of Official Post-Crash Policy

  • Yishidun to be prosecuted in Shanghai for market manipulation
  • Firm executive has sued regulator for overreaching authority

A Chinese criminal court case against a high-frequency trading firm will for the first time highlight how authorities in the world’s second-largest economy view the controversial practice.

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