H.R.2292 - PROTECT Act

To provide for greater regulation of high frequency trading of commodities futures and options and greater protection for derivatives traders and trading facilities, and for other purposes. view all titles (3)

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  • Official: To provide for greater regulation of high frequency trading of commodities futures and options and greater protection for derivatives traders and trading facilities, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: PROTECT Act as introduced.
  • Short: Protection from Rogue Oil Traders Engaging in Computerized Trading Act as introduced.

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Official Summary

Protection from Rogue Oil Traders Engaging in Computerized Trading Act or PROTECT Act - Amends the Commodities Exchange Act to make it unlawful to engage in an activity that the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has defined as high frequency trading, unless the person has regist

Official Summary

Protection from Rogue Oil Traders Engaging in Computerized Trading Act or PROTECT Act - Amends the Commodities Exchange Act to make it unlawful to engage in an activity that the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has defined as high frequency trading, unless the person has registered with the CFTC as a high frequency trader, and the registration has neither expired nor been suspended or revoked. Prescribes requirements governing high frequency trading. Requires the fine for a high frequency trading violation to be based on the number of seconds, including fractions of seconds, during which the violation continued. Authorizes the CFTC to define the scope of any violation for purposes of determining the number involved in any civil case arising under this Act. Increases the civil penalties for violations of the prohibition against manipulation and false information with respect to swaps and commodities.

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