Liquidity

Summer of discontent

Peter Madigan takes a look at how regulators in the US, UK and Europe have reacted to the events of the past summer, and the many rules and regulations practitioners can expect to face this autumn

When did the JGB market become efficient?

Focusing on the deviation from the fair-yield curve, Koichi Miyazaki and Satoshi Nomura discuss the transition in efficiency observed in the Japanese government bond market and find out that the turning point was in 1996, when the Japanese repo market…

Order Management Systems Clamp Down

Banks are looking to Order Management Systems to achieve compliance, settle trades and take advantage of liquidity. Are your traders ready for the coming Bull Market?

CME buys Liquidity Direct

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has acquired Chicago-based Liquidity Direct Technology, a private company that owns a patent-pending system for trading complex options.

The Price May Not Be Right!

Significant events that occur after a market has closed—but before the fund is valued—may lead to consumers buying a fund at an incorrect price due to stale pricing.

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