Oct 24, 2015

Dark pools: What's going on inside the secret stock exchanges? | Business Analysis & Features | News | The Independent

It sounds like something George Lucas would have thought up for his Star Wars franchise. But “dark pool” trading is, in fact, at the centre of yet another financial scandal in which US regulators want hundreds of millions of dollars in fines, starting with Barclays.

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