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Evidence Shows Alleged Flash Crash Trader Is A Pretty Bro-y Bro

All I need are some tasty waves, a wicked spoofing algorithm, and I'm fine.

While it's clear that Navinder Singh Sarao is having a pretty rough day, it should be entered into evidence that he has shown signs of genuine humility and sweetness.

For instance it looks like the CME Group, which managed some of the exchanges that Sarao was allegedly "spoofing," got hip to his hi-jinx around the time of the flash crash and reached out to warn him that he was being a rather naughty boy. His reported response was pretty straightforward;

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Aww. That's adorable.

h/t to former Dealbreakerer Matt Levine


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Navinder Sarao is super apologetic that he's apparently way better at spoof trading than all the other people who were doing it.

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