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AG Schneiderman: Dark Pools and Other Scams

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (Ilya Marritz/WNYC)

Eric Schneiderman, New York's attorney general, is suing Barclays over "dark pools" and high speed trading that many say put regular investors at an unfair disadvantage. He also talks about some of his office's settlement with a fundraising organization that was scamming veterans, and other agenda items.

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Comments [5]

Donald J. Sepanek from Bayonne, NJ

Their own internal review? That doesn't sound to good.

Jul. 01 2014 06:50 PM
Joyce from NYC

Corporation should not be persons, should not have 1st amendment rights.

THE NY TIMES IS A CORPORATION

NPR IS A CORPORATION

Denying them 1st Amendment free speech means the end to free journalism !!!!!!

Jul. 01 2014 11:13 AM
Nick from UWS

Someone should remind the attorney general that levying a fine against a bank which for them is the equivalent of the cost of a candy bar is not the same as criminal prosecution. And someone should also ask the attorney general the amount of the bribes offered to him or his office to exchange criminal prosecution for fines.

Jul. 01 2014 11:09 AM

What's to discuss!!??

Why aren't we SHUTTING THESE KLOWNS DOWN!!

Jul. 01 2014 11:05 AM

Another story that makes general investors feel like the markets are a rigged game. There is always some suit looking to shear a few more shekels off of the uninitiated. If the very method for collecting and amalgamating invest-able capital for the economy is rotten, the institutions that use that capital are also tainted.
Can the AG bring back honest public investment that America used to have before they were laid low way back in Reagan/Bush. Can anyone?

Jul. 01 2014 11:04 AM

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