Former Deutsche Bank traders James Vorley and Cedric Chanu, who are accused of spoofing, agree to pay a fine of $150,000.
Former JPMorgan traders Gregg Smith and Christopher Jordan plead not guilty to charges in a spoofing case.
The DOJ wants expert testimony of professor Jerry Markham excluded from the trial of three former JPMorgan traders.
Following good faith efforts to finalize a proposed Consent Order, the CFTC and James Vorley are at an impasse.
JPMorgan was accused of intentionally manipulating the prices of U.S. Treasury futures contracts and options on those contracts.
The Court has lifted the stay in the CFTC case against former Deutsche Bank trader Cedric Chanu allowing the litigation to proceed.
The DOJ insists the testimony of Professor Venkataraman in a spoofing case targeting former JPMorgan traders is reliable.
The Court has agreed to stay the spoofing case until September 3, 2021, so that the CFTC and the former Deutsche Bank traders can reach a settlement.
Former Deutsche Bank traders James Vorley and Cedric Chanu have filed notices of appeal from their prison sentences.
The DOJ seeks a prison sentence of at least 57 months for former Deutsche Bank traders James Vorley and Cedric Chanu.