By Meera Louis
Jobs Data Simultaneous Release Jeopardized Under Curbs
The U.S. Department of Labor said it can't promise journalists they will be
able to transmit market-sensitive economic releases at exactly the...
By Tom Polansek
* CME executives meet with Eurodollar options traders
* Independent traders boycotted open outcry pit on Friday
* No changes made to rules on "block trades"
CHICAGO, April 16 (Reuters) -...
By Hal Weitzman
Independent futures traders at one of the CME Group's most high-profile
trading pits have walked off the job in a highly unusual protest
against"block trades", large, privately negotiated...
Join the CME Co-Location Services Team for an afternoon of technology
discussions, hardware demos and interactive games from Microsoft, all while
overlooking Chicago from the 99th Floor Skydeck of the...
ASIA NOT THE HFT HAVEN PEOPLE THINK
Jan 3 2012 Asia is no stranger to high-frequency trading but Steve Edge, principal of Asiaetrading.com, a market structures, news and commentary portal, says transaction costs are still too high to attract the kind of HFT activity levels that we've seen in the US and Europe. He outlines to FT Trading Room editor Jeremy Grant the state of HFT in Asia, what trades are undertaken and where. (4m 44sec)