Thursday, July 31, 2014   

Bank of England staffer suspended over forex trading inquiry
(03-05 19:39)

The Bank of England has suspended a worker amid an inquiry into the suspected rigging of foreign exchange trading, but added there was no evidence of collusion, it said.
The central bank said in a statement that the suspension was linked to an investigation into whether officials “were informed of manipulation in the foreign exchange market or the sharing of confidential client information.’’
The bank begins its two-day monetary policy committee meeting today in London.--AFP


   
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