A British trader who was accused of contributing to a multibillion-dollar US stock market crash by playing the markets from his parents’ suburban London home should not serve any further prison time, a prosecutor has recommended.
Navinder Singh Sarao was labelled the “Hound of Hounslow” after being arrested in 2015 for supposedly making $40m (£27m) from his alleged role in the so-called “flash crash” of 2010.
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