Tag Archives: BM&F Bovespa

Making a Case for Automated FIX Certification?

Candyce Edelen from AdvancedTrading: On October 5, 2012, a broker trading on India’s National Stock Exchange placed 59 erroneous orders, triggering a flash crash that wiped nearly 60 billion dollars from the value of some of that country’s largest public … Continue reading

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Brazilian tax break – BM&FBovespa’s removes IOF and hosts The Speed Traders Workshop 2012 Sao Paulo

Brazil’s BM&FBovespa capital announces its equity market capitalism has risen in trading in volumes and using computerized programs to deal with trades in a fraction of a second.  Brazil’s finance minister Guido Mantega gave high frequency trading an extra shot by … Continue reading

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Direct Edge to Launch Operation in Brazil

As reported by The Wall Street Journal, electronic stock-market operator Direct Edge became the second major U.S. exchange this year to unveil plans for a Brazilian stock market, adding another potential challenge to Brazil’s dominant market operator BM&F Bovespa. The … Continue reading

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BM&F Bovespa High-Frequency Trading Rises

As reported by Financial Times’ Philip Stafford, BM&FBovespa highlighted the growth of high-frequency trading as the Brazilian exchange’s moves to attract the new breed of automated traders helped offset declines in revenues amid flat markets. The exchange also announced it would implement a … Continue reading

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Speed Traders’ Worries About ‘Flash Crash’ Go Global

As reported by CNN Money’s Ken Sweet, high-frequency trading remains a high-growth source of revenue for stock markets in developing economies, and stock exchanges in countries such as Brazil, Russia and South Africa are increasingly marketing themselves as venues for … Continue reading

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