Amateurs flock to share trading, trigger warnings over risk

Ordinary retail customers are flocking to the market to trade stocks, despite the coronacrisis. This has led the ESMA to remind traders of their obligations.

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The European Securities and Markets Agency (ESMA) is reminding banks and stock traders about investment protection rules, according to its website.

Both ESMA and national authorities have seen an increase in transactions made by private individuals, and new accounts have been opened.

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