Dutch flash trader IMC hit by China probe

Chinese Shares Up 3.97% As Regulator Denies IPO Rumour...NANJING, CHINA - FEBRUARY 6: (CHINA OUT) An investor walks pass the electronic display board at a stock exchange on Febraury 6, 2009 in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province of China. Chinese shares went up 3.97 percent today as the China Securities Regulatory Commission denied the market talk that initial public offerings (IPO) would be re-launched. (Photo by An Fu/ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

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