Nasdaq rejects making a mistake in market collapse

The Vice President of commodity stock exchange Nasdaq Commodities maintains that energy trader Einar Aas' dispositions were under control in the days leading up to the dramatic collapse of the energy exchange.

Vice President of Nasdaq Commodities in Oslo, Georg Aasen, categorically rejects the claim that there was no ongoing control of energy trader Einar Aas' positions, which nearly made the exchange collapse completely in September, when Aas traded positions that went far beyond his collateral .

Georg Aasen made the rejection Thursday at a seminar in Oslo, writes E.24.

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