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Depleted buy-side commission wallets, order allocation, CSA and algo trends, and commissions paid to top brokers easily point to similarities between the US and European markets. The evolution of today’s market structure, and with it trading behavior, used to largely follow the jet stream west to east, but wallets and regulation are changing the current.


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