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Posted: June 1, 2018

Trickery in [High Frequency] Trading

Coming up today on the Manipulation Monitor’s compendium of curious competition cases is an overview of claims of chicanery in the high frequency trading markets. Specifically, this post will provide an overview of five litigations, listed below, all of which concern the operation of stock exchanges and the Barclay’s Liquidity Cross (or “LX”) dark pool,… Read more »

Posted: June 1, 2018

Rejecting Official Exchange Rate, Court Finds That There is a Question of Fact Regarding Proper Exchange Rate Between Venezuelan Bolivars and US Dollars

On May 29, 2018, Justice Crane of the New York County Supreme Court issued a decision in Diaz v. Galopy Corporation International, N.V., Index No. 656721/2016, granting summary judgment in lieu of complaint recognizing a money judgment issued by a Venezuelan court, but finding that there was a question of fact regarding the exchange rate… Read more »