Mizuho Securities loses £200 million after an employee input error

Mizuho Securities loses £200 million after an employee input error

A fat-finger error is a keyboard input error that occurs in financial markets like the stock market or foreign currency exchange. It’s caused by stressed out traders pressing incorrect buttons on their keyboard which results in huge losses for their employer as a result.   An order to buy or sell may be placed that…

Business Blunders , ,