By Jonathan Boyd
Automated high frequency trading is having an increasing effect on the
trading direction of some of Sweden's biggest blue chip stocks, according
to data published today.
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For CBOT Agricultural Futures and CME Livestock Futures
On December 12, 2011, CME Group issued Special Executive Report S-6048
advising the marketplace of planned changes to the settlement procedures in
By Mark Buchanan,
The futurist Ray Kurzweil has famously predicted that humanity is
approaching a "singularity," a fateful moment when our technology becomes
smarter than us and able to learn faster...
By Tyler Durden,
Just as market regulators were finally getting wise to the fact that they
have no clue how modern market works, what modern market topology is, or
WALL STREET HISTORY: HIGH FREQUENCY TRADING IS NOTHING NEW
By Lee Brodie
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 the market for centuries.
In this latest installment of our special series on Wall Street History, CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks at some of the most ingenious - if not outrageous - strategies used in the 19th century by financial pros.
You won't believe the lengths they'd go to! Get all the details in the video below. It's only 2 minutes and we think you'll enjoy it!
In this edition of our Wall Street History series, Tyler Mathisen looks at the shrewd and somewhat outrageous strategies used by financial pros in the 19th century to get a leg up on the competition.
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