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- U.S. Stock Volume Lowest of Year as S&P 500 Gain Fails to Awaken Investors
- By Whitney Kisling and Joseph Ciolli  |  @03-13-12
Trading (MVOLUSE) on American equity exchanges fell to the lowest level of the year today as enthusiasm waned among investors even after the Standard & Poor's 500 Index rallied 25 percent in five months.
Shares changing hands on all exchanges fell 16 percent to 5.23 billion ...
- Wall Street History: High Frequency Trading Is Nothing New
- By Lee Brodie  |  @03-12-12
These days you can't go 10 feet on Wall Street without hearing something about high frequency trading or ultra-fast computer trading.
It's a sensitive issue and one that generates a great deal of controversy.
Though high frequency trading is a reasonably new phenomenon, shrewd market strategies have been part of ...
- Will MF Global haunt CME in 2012?
- by Elizabeth Dexheimer  |  @03-12-12
It's been four months since MF Global Holdings Ltd. filed for bankruptcy, but how long will the fallout continue to impact CME Group Inc.?
It's still too soon to tell, according to some industry experts.
CME Group, which operates the world's largest futures markets, was the primary self-regulator for ...
- High-Frequency Traders Should Be Registered to Aid Oversight, Chilton Says
- By Nina Mehta   |  @03-12-12
Creating a registration category for high-frequency trading firms that buy and sell rapidly will help U.S. regulators determine whether new rules should be imposed on them as a group, according to Bart Chilton, a Democrat at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Private automated trading companies and units in ...
- Trading Volumes Plummet, "Choose Not To Play"
- By Larry Doyle  |  @03-12-12
"The problem here is, when the public becomes aware of the nature of the game, they may choose not to play. This is the problem not only for Goldman but for Wall Street as a whole if people choose not to play."
I made that statement in the midst ...
- Nasdaq to Charge Heavy Quoters
- By Peter Chapman,  |  @03-09-12
Nasdaq OMX plans to start penalizing trading firms that quote excessively.
Beginning June 1, Nasdaq will charge traders on its three exchanges a fee for posting what it considers an excessive number of orders away from the inside market. A market participant will be allowed to post up to ...
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