High stakes over definition of high frequency trading

According to Financial Times, the battle lines over the definition of “high frequency trading” are being drawn.

Industry trade groups are calling for a regulatory focus on the techniques of high-speed trading rather than the participants, while regulators are hoping to identify the largest speed-trading firms.

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