A New York court has fined a former UK-based Credit Suisse trader for his role in artificially inflating bond prices.
David Higgs was spared prison, which was the fate of his boss, the BBC reports. Higgs pleaded guilty in 2012 to a conspiracy charge, was ordered to forfeit $900,000 (£530,000) to the government and...
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