Sebi considers speed limit on high-frequency trading


Indian regulators may consult market participants about whether a speed limit should be imposed on high-frequency trading of listed Indian securities, according to UK Sinha, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).

Speaking at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong on Monday, Sinha said Sebi is concerned that while the use of algorithms in high-frequency trading enables a more diverse range of investors to participate in the market, higher speeds are being pursued without a

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