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Citadel Securities talked with Robinhood before trading restrictions on 'meme' stocks, plaintiffs say in antitrust lawsuit

Citadel Securities executives communicated with Robinhood executives shortly before Robinhood moved to restrict trading in certain "meme" stocks on its platform, suggesting an anticompetitive conspiracy to stop a retail investor-driven short squeeze, according to plaintiffs suing the companies.

In a partially unredacted consolidated complaint filed today in Florida federal court, plaintiffs allege that

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