(Bloomberg) -- The day after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates, volume was so heavy on the Nordic stock exchanges that Joakim Strid’s team of analysts identified 500 instances of possibly fraudulent trading -- and that was before lunch.

“It’s been a very busy morning,” said Strid, the head of European surveillance at Nasdaq Inc.

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