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HFT Analysis: High Frequency Trading Myths Debunked

Remco Lenterman from Financial Times: an influential MEP told me some months ago that of the 250 meetings he’d attended in the preceding six months, 80 per cent were about high-frequency trading. This is an astonishing number. Who would have … Continue reading

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Europe’s Banks, brokers and exchanges jostle over OTC reforms

  Europe‘s top banks, futures brokers and exchanges are poised to pile into the shadowy over-the-counter market once regulators shine a light on a vast industry where toxic assets change hands virtually unchecked. Regulators want the OTC market, in which … Continue reading

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Buyside Traders Lament Small and Mid-cap Liquidity Drought

European buyside investors are growing increasingly frustrated at their inability to trade in small and medium-sized stocks, as commercial pressures deter high-speed marketmakers from providing liquidity in the stocks. Speaking at a Paris trading conference run by Knight Capital last … Continue reading

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