After the Hash Crash: Worrying About the Next Glitch
After last week's Hash Crash, James Angel of Georgetown University told CNBC he's worried about the next glitch. Circuit breakers are in place, but he's not sure how they will react when the next stress hits.
Industry Inertia Hampers E-Trading
Institutional traders see some value in fixed income electronic trading, but a lack of a regulatory push and the desire to maintain existing business models is causing inertia in the move to electronic trading methods.
FlexTrade Integrates EMS with OneMarketData
The integration with OneMarketData's single solution for complex event processing and tick data will enable users of FlexTrade's EMS to develop strategies based on real-time and historical data.
Paulson Eyes New Hedge Fund for Tax Exiles
Wounded by huge losses and some staggering tax bills, Paulson eyes new fund to help other tax victims. Plus, funds attract $11B in February and the SEC seeks a hedge fund budget boost.
How To Play The Scale Game Successfully
As permanent and profound changes to the trading environment affect market participants, firms’ ability to scale effectively will increasingly depend on a changing and more intelligent relationship with technology.
High Frequency Trading Loses Its Luster
With profits down due to lower volumes and declining volatility in U.S. stocks, high-frequency traders face growing pressure to find new markets and innovate when speed is not enough.