NEW YORK -- Trading firm Knight Capital Group Inc. (KCG) may sell its market-making business, which suffered a trading glitch in August that cost the company more than $460 million in the third-quarter losses, according to The Wall Street Journal.The report said Knight Capital has spoken to at least two rivals that are interested in buying the market-making business and expects to receive proposals this week.
Knight Capital in Talks to Sell Biggest Unit: Report
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