Six men who pleaded guiltyin May to charges of illegal stock trading will not be sentenced untilthe court finds out how much they profited from the alleged misdeeds, afederal judge in the Southern District said yesterday.

In a memorandum order, JudgeJed S. Rakoff set a Sept. 21 date for an all-day hearing on sentencingfor the men � four traders the New York Stock Exchange and two co-ownersof a defunct brokerage � to sort out issues including a measurement offinancial gains and losses traceable to the illegal trading.

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