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A Manhattan jury decided Tuesday that a Citigroup employee who sold a mortgage security without telling customers that the bank was betting against some of the underlying mortgages did not violate any securities laws. The Wall Street Journal characterizes the verdict as a blow to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s effort to prosecute executives involved in the financial crisis.

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