Although critics say high-frequency trading is giving markets too much of a good thing, exchanges disagree.
More than five months before a software error ruined Bats Global Markets Inc.’s initial public offering, U.S. regulators put exchanges on notice that they need to do more to protect investors from technology gone awry.
Traders' View of the World: High-frequency trading has created a push-back to markets focused on efficiency. World leaders are looking to create resilient markets, and the two don’t always go together.
Creating a registration category for high-frequency trading firms will help U.S. regulators determine whether new rules should be imposed on them as a group, says Chilton.
International Business Machines Corp.’s Watson computer, which beat champions of the quiz show “Jeopardy!” a year ago, will soon be advising Wall Street on risks, portfolios and clients.
Several European countries are moving forward with plans to tax trades in equities and derivatives – a move that most say will reduce liquidity. Here’s why some say that’s not such a bad thing
Commodity Futures Trading Commission voted to establish a subcommittee of the Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) to focus on high frequency trading
A recent in-depth paper examines the regulatory and technology outlook for high-frequency trading, a catch-all category that mass media applies to modern trading strategies.
The FIA announced today that it has retained Jim Overdahl as spokesman for the recently created Principal Traders Group.
The SEC recently gave itself more oversight over high-frequency trading firms and hedge funds