By Matthew Leising and Andrew Harris, Bloomberg |
April 13, 2014
Sometime after the start of 2007, the CBOT and CME began letting HFTs peek “at all orders to buy and sell futures contracts before they were reflected” to the rest of the market, according to the complaint filed April 11 in federal court in Chicago.
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