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In Reversal, Iceland finds all guilty in banker market-abuse case

``Iceland's Supreme Court has return a guilty verdict for all nine defendants in the Kaupþing market manipulation case, the court trial for which began in April 2015. Back in June last year, the Reykjavik District Court found seven of the nine defendants guilty, acquitting two.''
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