Sunday, March 17, 2013

FA reveals suspicious betting patterns in Football Conference South

FA reveals suspicious betting patterns in Football Conference South
"The FA and the Gambling Commission have become aware of suspicious betting activity on a number of matches played in the Football Conference South," the statement read. "Following recent communications with the Gambling Commission, the FA, …
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UK Banking Commission Fails To Ban Banks Taking Risky Proprietary Bets
The commission said it was told by UK banks that they did not have such proprietary trading desks. Lloyds Banking Group said it "does not have a segregated proprietary trading unit" and HSBC argued it did not "undertake proprietary trading activities".
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All bets are off as online gambling group Intrade launches investigation
The move means that users will be prevented from betting on the company's range of markets that included the identity of the next pope and the outcome of presidential elections. The way in which its punters behaved meant the website gained a following …
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