Top High Frequency Trading Event
- When The President Is Missing with Bill Clinton and James Patterson
- How Boards of Directors and CXOs Can Address Today’s Information Security Challenges at Cybersecurity Boardroom Workshop 2015
- Michael Lewis is wrong, says Knightmare on Wall Street’s Edgar Perez: Markets are not any more ‘RIGGED’ than before
- High Frequency Trading: Clear and Present Danger?
- Brokerage offers platform for high frequency traders
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By Daniel Wagner from Bloomberg Businessweek Stocks stormed higher Tuesday after promising signals about the profitability of U.S. companies and a strong debt auction by Spain. The Dow Jones industrial average rose for the fourth day in five and posted … Continue reading
SUNNYVALE, CA, Apr 17, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — North American Trading Architecture Summit, NYC — Azul Systems, Inc., the award-winning leader in Java runtime scalability, today announced a partnership with a leading-edge solution provider to deliver predictable performance in … Continue reading
By Philip Stafford from Trading Technology Quote MTF is to launch a share trading platform that allows users to block unwanted interest amid signs of growing industry momentum to offer investors greater choice over their electronic trading counterparty. The move by … Continue reading
By Greg Bensinger from The Wall Street Journal NEW YORK—Verizon Communications Inc. is looking at Wall Street as it attempts to draw new customers with yet another high-speed network. The telecommunications heavyweight, which boasts that its Verizon Wireless has the … Continue reading
The Securities and Exchange Commission does not currently have the ability to fully monitor what, by most accounts, makes up a majority of the stock trading activity in the United States, according to former SEC lawyers. What’s more, recent reforms … Continue reading
By Tim Cave and Tom Osborn of Financial News from The Wall Street Journal Trading firms anxious to attract more institutional business are gearing up to create new exchange-type platforms that will exclude high-frequency traders. The moves reflect the growing concerns … Continue reading
By Jim Willie CB from The Market Oracle What an incredibly complex confusing and treacherous month. It can be safely said that 80% of the activity is almost totally kept from the public. The financial system is breaking in an … Continue reading
By Cinthia Murphy from Index Universe Nasdaq, the second-largest U.S. stock exchange, is looking to implement a program that would reward with financial incentives market makers who are willing to “go the extra mile” to keep ETF trading spreads tight … Continue reading
As reported by Dan McCrum and Michael Mackenzie in New York, April 12, 2012 6:50 pm, Financial Times BlackRock, the world’s largest money manager by assets under management, has filed documents and is in talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission as … Continue reading