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By Ginger Szala | May 1, 2011
Editors note by Ginger Szala
By Ginger Szala | April 25, 2011
The impact of the March 9.0 earthquake just off Japan has affected the derivatives business near and far. The tragedy of the lives lost is ...
By Press Release | April 21, 2011
TradeStation and Monex announced a merger in which Monex will acquire TradeStation stock at $9.75 a share, or approximately $411 million in aggregate
By Steve Zwick | April 12, 2011
Japan’s stock and futures exchanges haven’t missed a beat in the wake of devastating earthquakes, a violent tsunami and potentially deadly radiation leaks. Here’s a look at how some brokers are coping
By Press Release | March 1, 2011
The exchanges have signed a letter of intent to identify options to give customers of each exchange accessibility to the other’s markets through a network linkage.
By Press Release | January 18, 2011
SGX trading hours now overlap more with other Asian exchanges, allowing investors who trade pan-Asian securities to do so any time of day.
By Steve Zwick | September 1, 2010
The United States has passed legislation overhauling its financial sector and the European Union is in the process of doing the same. Now the major players are doing everything they can to make those reforms work for them.
By Ginger Szala | June 1, 2010
Being left behind in the Asian boom is not in Japan’s nature, so bringing down some walls could boost volumes as well as modernize this ancient land.
By Laura Oatney | May 13, 2010
A history and guide to equity indexes and how they are composed and traded.
By Press Release | March 1, 2010
New technology products.