India’s ‘flash boys’ fret over proposed automated trading curbs

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MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s “flash boys”, or high-frequency traders, are pushing back against the domestic markets regulator and in some cases putting investments in new strategies on hold, saying proposed tighter rules could render their ultra-fast systems redundant.