Dortmund Bomb Suspect Bought Stock Options Ahead of Attack

Dortmund Bomb Suspect Bought Stock Options Ahead of Attack

Police believe a Russian-German man detained for allegedly bombing the bus carrying one of Germany’s most prominent s...

We use cookies and browser capability checks to help us deliver our online services, including to learn if you enabled Flash for video or ad blocking. By using our website or by closing this message box, you agree to our use of browser capability checks, and to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. BERLIN—Police believe a Russian-German man detained Friday for allegedly bombing the bus carrying one of Germany’s most prominent soccer teams had bought stock options ahead of the attack. The 28-year-old suspect, identified as Sergej W., took out a loan on April 3 to finance the purchase of 15,000 “put options” in Borussia Dortmund, Germany’s top prosecutors said in a statement. The suspect would have profited if the soccer team’s... Subscribe NowSign In WSJ Membership Customer Service Tools & Features Ads More... Read more (2 min reading time!)

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#BorussiaDortmund bomber bought put options before attacking team, betting on selloff, #Germany says; by @AntonWSJ: https://t.co/fYfauqrmCG
Emre Peker
Emre Peker