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) 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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