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...
By Emma Farge
High-frequency traders have caused U.S. commodity futures prices to
disconnect from market fundamentals of supply and demand since the 2008
financial crisis, according to one of the authors...
By BEN PROTESS
Regulators Approve New Derivatives Rules
Regulators approved new rules for the $600 trillion derivatives market on
Tuesday, aiming to raise competition and impose more rigorous risk
management on an...
To All Farmers and Grain Merchants,
In June of 2012, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) intends to
impose a change in the method by which grain futures settlements are...
By Jeremy Grant
High quality global journalism requires investment.
The cardboard cut-out photo figures of John Damgard, outgoing Futures
Industry Association president, dotting the conference venue said it all.
This was the...
By Matthew Philips
It's been almost two years since the "Flash Crash" of May 2010, when the
Dow Jones plummeted 600 points in five minutes, only to gain most of it...
PAUL KEDROSKY ON BATS, HIGH-FREQUENCY TRADING
Mar. 23, 2012 - March 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Paul Kedrosky, author of the Infectious Greed Blog and a Bloomberg contributing editor, talk about today's cancellation by Bats Global Markets Inc. of its own initial public offering after errors on its own computer systems kept the stock from trading and forced a halt in Apple Inc. Kedrosky also discusses the impact of high-frequency trading firms on computer-driven exchanges. They speak with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West."
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