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In This Issue:
EMERGING FROM THE DARK: Buy-side firms are tapping more sophisticated transaction cost analysis tools to help them navigate dark pools' murky waters.
IS DARK AN OPTION FOR OPTIONS? Though options trading volume continues to grow, the number of dark pools serving the asset class is not keeping pace. Is the market structure preventing their growth, or is it relationships?
HAVE DARK POOLS LOST THEIR INNOVATIVE TOUCH? Since their emergence, dark pools have continued to evolve to meet changing industry needs. But have they become the very thing they sought to change?
EXCLUSIVE DIRECTORY OF DARK POOL OPERATORS
FIDESSA SHEDS LIGHT ON DARK LIQUIDITY
ITG DARK POOL RISES IN ASIA
Look for These Exclusive, Digital-Only Editions of Advanced Trading in 2010:
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 more sophisticated 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 low-latency and high-frequency trading.