Germany Eyes Clampdown on High-Frequency Trading

Germany eyes clampdown on high-frequency trading

Germany eyes clampdown on high-frequency trading

BERLIN (AP) — The German government plans to propose tighter regulation of computer-driven high-frequency trading on financial markets, a practise that has been blamed for undue spikes and drops in markets.

Germany’s Finance Ministry said Tuesday a draft law will be considered by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Cabinet on Wednesday.

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