Suspicious transactions and order reports decrease for first time in three years

FCA data reveals

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The FCA has reported a reduction in STORs reports from 2018 to 2019.
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The FCA has reported a reduction in STORs reports from 2018 to 2019.

Reports of suspicious transactions and potential market abuse have reduced for the first time since 2016, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) figures have revealed.

The regulator released its Suspicious Transaction and Order Reports (STORs) figures for 2019 on Friday, showing an 8% decrease in the total number of STORs since 2018. There were 5,455 STORs reported...

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