Monthly Archives: August 2013

“Dark pools”, Private “Off-the-record” Buying and Selling of Corporate Stocks, Run Deep in Financial Markets

Richard Scamehorn writes that a Dark Pool has no formally designated name because it doesn’t exist as an entity. It only exists in the back rooms of investment bankers — notably in the largest participants, Credit Suisse Group AG, Barclays … Continue reading

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High Frequency Trader “Spoofs” and “Layers” his Way to Penalties from U.S and British Regulators

On July 22, 2013, regulators from the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the British Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) fined high frequency trader Michael Coscia (and his firm Panther Energy Trading) for engaging in spoofing transactions for the … Continue reading

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Nasdaq Eyes Opportunity as Fixed Income Slips Toward Electronic Trading

Julie Segal writes for Institutional Investor that Nasdaq, once known as the stock home for young technology companies, is making a bid to become a major player in the electronic trading of fixed-income securities. The move is a logical one … Continue reading

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Goldman Set to Relaunch Hong Kong Dark Pool

Michelle Price for Dow Jones writes that Goldman Sachs is set to relaunch its Hong Kong dark pool after the bank was forced to halt trading on the venue in 2009, Financial News has learnt. The development comes amid a … Continue reading

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