High frequency trading (hft)
Some banks are scared to make prices on platforms that offer both an order book and request-for-quote trading – other users might be able to game them by using the two approaches in conjunction, the...
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Chris Cruden is a man with strong opinions, but they do not influence trading at his foreign exchange fund
Upgrade of existing system to allow the monitoring of futures market in real-time in addition to a broader range of measures to target insider trading and market manipulation
Recent high-profile outages on Asian exchanges have raised questions over the robustness of the region’s trading infrastructure. Is the solution greater competition or an increased spend on technology?
High-frequency traders have been viewed with suspicion for some time. Now critics claim exchanges are conspiring with the traders to develop tools that benefit them and disadvantage ordinary investors. Is the threat real? Laurie Carver reports
A slew of Asian regulators have looked into high-frequency trading prompted by concerns over computer-driven market manipulation. But little evidence of its negative impact has been found
With the proliferation of high-frequency trading (HFT), understanding the effects of HFT on market quality and the opportunities that HFT creates for long-term (LT) investors is important in building an efficient regulatory framework. This paper demonstrates...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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