US regulator eyes probe into London gold price manipulation

US regulators are scrutinising whether prices are being manipulated in the world's largest gold market, based in London.

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission is examining the setting of prices in London, in which a handful of banks meet twice daily and set the spot price...

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