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First Federal Spoofing Prosecution: Trader Sentenced in Case Involving Manipulation of Market Prices  

FBI.gov on August 12, 2016   It’s often referred to as “spoofing”—but it’s definitely no joke. Using computer algorithms or other means to manipulate commodity market prices in order to line your own pockets is a federal crime, a provision of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. And last month in… Continue reading First Federal Spoofing Prosecution: Trader Sentenced in Case Involving Manipulation of Market Prices  

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The Legal Issues Leonardo DiCaprio’s Still Facing Over The Wolf Of Wall Street

CINEMABLEND BY GREGORY WAKEMAN 1 WEEK AGO Having finally secured his first ever Oscar for his performance in The Revenant, you’d have thought that all would now be rosy in the world of Leonardo DiCaprio. But there’s a legal problem regarding The Wolf Of Wall Street that continues to bother him. In fact, the issue is still… Continue reading The Legal Issues Leonardo DiCaprio’s Still Facing Over The Wolf Of Wall Street

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BANK OF MAFIOSA: Court Told Goldman Sachs Hired Prostitutes to Win Libyan Business

Wall Street Bank disputes allegations by Libyan sovereign wealth fund that it paid for the women, as well as private jets and five-star hotels. The Libyan Investment Authority has launched a $1.2bn claim against Goldman Sachs. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters The Guardian by Jill Treanor Monday 13 June 2016 08.51 EDT Last modified on Monday 13… Continue reading BANK OF MAFIOSA: Court Told Goldman Sachs Hired Prostitutes to Win Libyan Business