FCA warns on commodity trade abuse risk

Effective market abuse controls found at only a few companies

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The nuclear power plant site of Areva in Tricastin, southern France, Friday, Nov 25, 2011. France's president tries to defend nuclear energy and persuade voters it's the cheapest, cleanest option for the future even as other countries abandon it after Japan's nuclear disaster in favor of safer energy sources. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, Pool) ©AP
Clearing houses have been likened to nuclear power stations – necessary, but you would not want them to fail

Sarao allegedly wanted to ‘spoof’ markets

Indictment cites emails from trader facing charges over flash crash

Old stock share certificates from 1950s-1970s

Calls for easier bond rules ring true

Reporting requirements can aggravate already poor trading conditions

New calls to end US-EU derivatives clash

Influential groups urge regulators to recognise each other’s rules

Deutsche Bank trading executive departs

Senior banker to jointly run XTX Markets

NYSE acts to curb early swings

Traders complain it took too long for some stocks to open

HFTs: bond market scourge or saviour?

Regulators undecided on proprietary trade’s impact on Treasuries

Market tumult shows cracks in the armour

Participants urge more co-ordination of protections across assets

BNY close to resolving software glitch

Mutual funds examine how many customer trades need reprocessing

ETF providers question US trading limits

Pricing problems linked to post-flash crash regulations