(AP Photo/Richard Drew)
U.S. trading firms and investors have been hit by a series of market disruptions, including the runaway trading in August by Knight Capital that cost it $440 million in just hours.
Abroad, curbs on high-speed trading take hold
Reforms » Countries move to halt abuses, although U.S. has been slow to act.
By NATHANIEL POPPER
| The New York Times
First Published Sep 26 2012 06:14 pm • Last Updated Sep 26 2012 06:14 pm
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