JPX said high-speed trading is increasing, driven by non-Japanese firms
Japan Exchange has listed among its
priorities for 2015 tighter oversight of the trading systems
used by members to ensure they are compliant with its rules,
marking the latest move by a large exchange to clamp down on
abuse by high-speed traders.
The Tokyo-based exchange, which signed two
months ago a deal with Nasdaq OMX for its market surveillance
system, said its inspections of member firms will focus this
year on "trade management systems to prevent unfair
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