Flash crash: Lone trader seen as ‘genius’

Mcc0061908. SYNDICATION@TELEGRAPH.CO.UK 020 7931 2925 22/04/15.Hounslow, London Collect pictures of possible "rogue trader" Navinder Singh Sarao who may have caused the stock market to crash in the USA
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The arrest of Navinder Singh Sarao raises fresh concern over market regulation

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US Flash Crash Trader...Navrinder Sarao at Westminster Magistrates Court. The US Department of Justice wants to extradite Navinder Singh Sarao, 36, on charges of wire fraud, commodities fraud and market manipulation. Mr Sarao told the hearing that he opposed extradition to the US. Credit:Priscilla Coleman/MB Media
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