In the last five years, the Justice Department and the Commodities Futures Trading Commission have aggressively prosecuted “spoofing” cases. While the government’s record in these cases has been mixed, the government has been successful in securing guilty pleas and winning high-profile trials against traders. Prosecutors have continued to push spoofing prosecutions to root out the conduct. “Spoofing” refers to traders who engage in bogus conduct...
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