Sentencing of James Martignoni, the former ABN Amro options trader who was convicted on 16 counts of bank fraud, false entry and conspiracy, set for February 7 has been postponed until March 8 (FX Week, November 15). On January 25, an oral argument for a new trial based on insufficient evidence was made by Martignoni's defence attorney, challenging the jury's verdict. The U.S. Attorney's office says such a motion is standard after a trial. The judge is expected to respond in writing and should

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