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in the global markets.
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In This Issue:
The Rise of Cross-Asset Algorithms: As multi-asset
trading becomes the norm, the buy side increasingly is putting
cross-asset algos to work for more complex trades and hedges.
In Search of Block Liquidity: Credit Suisse
introduces algorithms that sweep lit and dark destinations
simultaneously to fill block orders.
Easing Pairs Traders' Pain: Knight Capital's new
pairs trading platform and pairs algos help traders more effectively
and more efficiently execute pairs strategies.
Directory of Equity Algorithm Providers
Pipeline Strategy Targets Best Price
RBC Builds New E-Trading Team
Look for These Exclusive, All-Digital Editions of Advanced Trading
Dark Pools: This digital issue will focus on advances
in dark pools, including new entrants, market share reports and upcoming
regulation, as well as a directory of dark pool providers.
Transaction Cost Analysis: TCA has become even more
critical as a result of the market turmoil over the past two years.
Several buy-side traders discuss how they are incorporating TCA into
their trading desks and daily processes.
EMSs and OMSs: This issue will focus on execution
management and order management innovations, with an emphasis on