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- Robo-trading menaces financial markets, expert warns
- BY GINO VICCI  |  @03-25-12
It was as sudden as a terrorist attack. It came out of nowhere. For a moment in time, a shock wave sent panic through the most sophisticated financial markets in the world.
Virginia McGathey, owner of McGathey Commodities, remembers the May 6, 2010 “Flash Crash” very well.
The stock ...
- Oil's down and so are stocks? That's silly
- By Paul R. La Monica  |  @03-25-12
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Oil prices have taken a hit in the past few days, and so have stocks.
The market did bounce back a bit Thursday afternoon as oil prices edged from their lows, but apparently investors are still worried about what lower crude will mean ...
- Trading Firm IPO Fizzles in Seconds
- By TOM LAURICELLA, SCOTT PATTERSON and DAVID BENOIT  |  @03-25-12
Apple Shares Also Affected as Glitch Mars Debut of BATS Global Markets
The initial public offering of a computerized stock exchange turned into a major debacle on Friday as a software glitch sent its shares plunging to a fraction of a cent in a ...
- SEC Investigating High-Frequency Trading Firms On Suspicions Of Collusion
- From Internet  |  @03-25-12
- March 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. securities watchdog is looking at whether some high-frequency trading firms have used their close links to computerised stock exchanges to gain an unfair advantage over other investors, the Wall Street Journal said.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is focusing on computer-driven trading platforms of exchanges, ...
- Chinese officials Sinograin officals arrested
- From Internet  |  @03-25-12
- On 9 December 2011, Li Changxuan, general manager of China Grain Reserves Corporation's (Singograin) Henan Branch, was arrested by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CCP in the wake of several corruption cases which broke under his supervision. The Henan Provincial Procurator also launched an investigation.
After being at ...
- Regulators Approve New Derivatives Rules
- By BEN PROTESS  |  @03-22-12
Regulators approved new rules for the $600 trillion derivatives market on Tuesday, aiming to raise competition and impose more rigorous risk management on an industry that played a central role in the financial crisis.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission adopted the rules in a 4-to-1 vote, the agency's latest ...
- Innovation and Risk in Today’s Financial Markets
- From Internet  |  @03-22-12
- In this interview for the High Frequency Trading Review, Mike O'Hara talks to Leo Melamed, financial market innovator, writer, lecturer and international authority on futures markets. Mr Melamed is recognized as the founder of financial futures and is Chairman Emeritus of the CME Group, Inc.
HFT Review: Leo, welcome to the ...
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