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Market Manipulation

Lek Securities Corp. and CEO Sam Lek will pay $2 million to settle charges of “facilitating manipulative U.S. trading by a Ukraine-based firm over a three-year period,” SEC said Wednesday.

WASHINGTON — A federal judge entered a final judgment Wednesday that requires Lek Securities Corp. and CEO Sam Lek pay $2 million to settle SEC charges of “facilitating manipulative U.S. trading by a Ukraine-based firm over a three-year period.”

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