(Bloomberg) -- Barclays saw a rise in the number of U.S. shares traded in its dark pool, paring some of the lossesin the two weeks after it was sued by New York for allegedly lying to customers of the venue.

About 94 million U.S. shares were traded in the dark pool in the week of July 7, up 42% from about 66 million in the previous week, which included the July 4 public holiday, according to data from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. The increase follows two weeks of declines from 312 million starting June 23, data show.

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