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KCG Consolidates

KCG Holdings Inc. has announced the consolidation and renaming of its U.S. broker-dealer operations into a single entity: KCG Americas LLC.

Buyside Welcomes FINRA Query

Institutional investors welcome the equities market regulator's probe on broker-dealer order routing methodology.

Squawker Looks to Cross in U.S.

Squawker Trading is considering hopping across the pond and tapping into the U.S. broker market.

Stifel Likes Stockpicking

Ron Kruszewski, president and chief executive officer of Stifel Financial, believes his firm's trading desk will benefit from an increase in active investing in the coming years.

KCG Chases Big Slice of Algo Business

KCG Holdings is looking to become a bigger player in the electronic execution business.

Cocuzza Joins Vandham Securities

A look at the equity industry's prominent hires, promotions and other notable happenings around wall Street's trading community.

Mixing Soft Dollars and Bitcoin?

A proposal to use the virtual currency for brokerage fees could be too tempting for those in the financial arena.

DTCC Warning System

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. is readying a new real-time post-trade warning system that will alert member firms when they go over their predefined trading limits.

Fragmentation Stirs Ire

Industry professionals took the opportunity to gripe about the proliferation of stock exchanges at this year's Security Industry and Financial Markets Association market structure conference.

Susquehanna Pounces

Susquehanna International Group's acquisition of E*Trade's wholesaling operation will allow the big market maker to grab market share immediately from the business's competitors.

Wall Street Women Honored

Wall Street's finest women were formally recognized by their peers on Nov. 6, as 190 industry executives, family, friends and past honorees celebrated the group's outstanding contributions and achievements.

Canada Focuses on HFT

The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada is gathering and analyzing data to determine the impact of high-frequency trading on the Canadian stock market. The goal is to compile a body of data solely attributable to HFT and then release it to academics for further study, accpording to Deanna Dobrowsky, a vice president in IIROC's market regulation policy department.

Broker Bites Into Big Apple

B. Riley of Los Angeles is opening a New York office in order to take advantage of the growing pool of trading talent and tap into Manhattan's money managers.

10 Trends that Shook the Trading Desk

Glitches, order sizes, mergers, dark pools and a more powerful buyside. Our editors take a look at the top stories that had the biggest impact in a non-stop, ever-changing year.

Guide to Correspondent Clearing Firms

Clearing Quarterly & Directory, a Traders Magazine publication, presents this quarter's listing of clearing firms.

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Paper Points to Rise of Odd Lots

Odd lots, still defined as stock trades less than 100 shares in size, are still en vogue as high stock valuations have made it more expensive for retail, and in some cases even costly for smaller firms, to get exposure in the stocks they want.

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