The US investment bank was fined for technical problems in August 2013
Goldman Sachs has been fined $7 million by
the US regulator for failing to stop itself from sending
thousands of mispriced orders to US options exchanges in
The Securities and Exchange Commission
charged Goldman Sachs because it "did not have adequate
safeguards to prevent the firm from erroneously sending
approximately 16,000 mispriced options orders to various
options exchanges in less than an hour on August 20 2013".
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