Cartel dismissal hearing postponed again

Originally scheduled for January 29, the court date was kicked back to February 14 and has now been postponed again until March 26

Not given: neither the defence nor the prosecution gave a reason for the second pushback

Verbal arguments to dismiss the charges against three former foreign exchange traders who allegedly conspired to manipulate EUR/USD prices have been postponed for a second time until March 26. The court filing gave no reason for the postponement and representatives for both sides declined to comment.

Originally, defence attorneys for UK citizens Christopher Ashton, Rohan Ramchandani and Richard Usher were scheduled to argue on January 29 for the case to be thrown out of the Southern District

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