Donald Trump pleaded the Fifth. The former president refused to give any substantial answers to the New York attorney general investigating his business practices.
Two former JPMorgan traders were found guilty of manipulating gold prices. They were accused of spoofing, a practice outlawed in 2010, in which traders quickly send buy and sell orders without wanting to follow through with them, to create a false sense of demand.
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