26 March 2015

HFT Fears, Though Easing, Persist One Year After ‘Flash ...

Nicholas Colas, ConvergEx Group

Though the industry continues to grapple with a complex and challenging market structure, a year after ‘Flash Boys,’ fewer people now believe that ‘the house is on fire.’ ConvergEx’s 2015 U.S. Equity Market Structure ‘Flashback’ Survey found that 57% of industry participants say the markets are not fair for all participants, down from ... rest of story...


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    Wall Street High-Speed Arms Race No-Win Situation: Saluzzi

    Themis Trading Partner Joe Saluzzi, speaking on Bloomberg’s “In The Loop,” says the high-speed arms race on Wall Street is a no-win situation. But he blames a fragmented market structure, not ...
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    Michael Lewis: Exchanges Sell Speed Advantage

    One year after the release of “Flash Boys,” author Michael Lewis continues to challenge high-frequency trading and front running. Speaking on “Bloomberg Surveillance,” he says ...
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    HFT 'Is Simply a Means': Steve Forbes

    Forbes Media Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes discusses Wall Street and high-frequency trading. Speaking on “Bloomberg Surveillance,” he acknowledges the value HFT brings to the market ...

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The vendor selection process is at the heart of the overall success of the CAT project. Here are the key selection criteria that the SROs need to consider when choosing a CAT processor. Continue

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