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Feds Arrest Foreign Currency Traders

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U.S. officials are expected to announce a major crackdown on fraud at currency-trading firms. Published reports indicate 47 people were arrested Tuesday in raids in Manhattan and elsewhere, and will be charged with fraud and money laundering. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

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