The SEC says it's monitoring GameStop-fueled market volatility for possible wrongdoing
- The Securities & Exchange Commission is keeping an eye on the recent market volatility fueled by a short squeeze in
GameStop, according to a statement on Friday.
- "Extreme stock price volatility has the potential to exposure investors to rapid and severe losses and undermine market confidence," the statement said.
SECsaid it is working with regulatory partners to "identify and pursue potential wrongdoing," according to the statement.
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In a statement on Friday, the SEC said it is monitoring the recent
"The Commission is working closely with our regulatory partners...to ensure that regulated entities uphold their obligations to protect investors and to identify and pursue potential wrongdoing," the statement said.The SEC stressed that core market infrastructure "has proven resilient" during this week's sky-high trading volumes, and warned that extreme stock price volatility has potential to expose investors to severe losses and undermine market confidence.
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