Don Bollerman, IEX co-founder and head of markets & sales, reveals that so-called "speed bumps" exist inside other prominent stock markets and how certain venues have their own methodology for throttling order flow.
In light of the recent difficulties with China's stock market circuit breakers, are U.S. equity market breakers adequate?
- They need further tweaking
- Scrap them and start fresh
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