J.P. Morgan & Co. said Monday it has suspended two employees during an internal investigation into "potential violations" of British stock exchange and regulatory trading rules on Friday.

In a release issued in London, Morgan said it began probing trades made in London Nov. 28 after questions were raised about a series of trades executed that afternoon.

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