No accidents have been reported related to the two problems, according to Japan's No. 1 automaker on Wednesday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission deepened its probe into whether Knight Capital Group (KCG - Get Report) did enough to police its trading systems before computer errors caused the brokerage to incur losses of more than $450 million, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
The probe initially focused on what caused the trading errors but it has broadened to look further at Knight Capital's risk-control procedures and its compliance with a rule that requires brokerages to guard against these sorts of problems, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the investigation.
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