EBS BrokerTec, ICAP’s electronic foreign exchange and fixed income business, announced it acquired Molten Markets Inc., a foreign exchange technology provider for asset managers and pension funds. The acquisition will enable EBS BrokerTec to provide asset managers with an execution management system and trade cost analysis.
If you are in the futures business and haven’t taken steps – or taken the right steps – to minimize the threat of cyber attacks, consider yourself warned. If you think you’re off the hook because your trading and clearing systems are not Internet facing, think again. Those systems may be less vulnerable, but they are still susceptible to targeted attacks. Even the U.S.
It’s hard to believe that a 3,000-year-old market can be so vital and dynamic in our current modern society. The recent batch of economists’ mantra want you to believe that gold is a static market because it pays no interest, so it has no returns just like the T-Bill market.
Two broad types of tribute albums exist: single artist or various artists. The former sees one artist paying homage to another by covering a selection of songs (full album or assortment of songs). The latter assembles a group of artists who presumably share an affinity for the original artist.
(1) Prophet X charting/quote/news system on Dell Desktop; ICE Chat Instant Message communication software (2) QuikStrike propriety options computation software running on Microsoft Surface Pro 3 (3) SamSung Galaxy cell phone (floor backup) (4) iPhone 6S
Which of the following correlates with the annual price of gold?
A: The base population of Fort Knox in Kentucky.
B: A monthly keyword search of the word “gold” in the Wall Street Journal.
C: The annual value of all cafeteria food sold in elementary schools.
Since the onset of extraordinary accommodation from the Federal Reserve following the 2008 credit crisis, former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke and current Chair Janet Yellen have both publicly contemplated unwinding from the extraordinary measures. Press reports refer to this seemingly inevitable action as taking away the “punch bowl.”
Every now and again, an odd correlation or pattern gains traction in the markets.
Data gets assembled, analyzed, reviewed, reanalyzed, disseminated and then sensationalized. For some, it becomes a basis of traders’ decision-making process.
Other times, it becomes part of Wall Street lore.