A newly formed trade group claiming to represent the interests of high-speed trading firms is trying to calm fears about HFT practices. Will it work?
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Virtu Financial Inc., the automated trader that recently released plans for selling stock, said U.S. derivatives regulators are looking into its trading practices.
After several months of reorganizing, KOR Trading has re-stepped out into the consultancy business as KOR Group. And now it is not only a consultancy for all things market structure, but KOR is now an official lobbying group to help promote equity market transparency and other industry interests.
A guide to correspondent clearing firms as presented by Clearing Quarterly & Directory.
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Four years ago, JPMorgan found itself behind in the electronic trading game. That's not the case anymore.
While no one expects swaps futures to take over the OTC swaps market, a movement of 5 percent of the massive OTC swaps volume would be a huge win for futures market.
Abacus Group and Global Relay have partnered together to offer integrated message archiving, monitoring and compliance services to the buyside.
xCelor is now offering Layer 1 network switches with a port-to-port latency of two to four nanoseconds.
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