The mispriced transactions totaled 442,600, from October 2008 through the start of this year. The amount owed customers for the mistakes was $420,360. Less than a buck a trade. On a 200-share trade, that equals less than 3 cents each.
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ConvergEx Group announced that it is offering clients detailed transaction-cost analysis in real-time for every child order a client sends, not just the initial order.
ITG has built a new system that offers the buyside a one-stop portal to manage their commission payments across the globe and across asset classes.
Bulge bracket broker Credit Suisse is helping money managers who trade electronically pay their research chits more efficiently with its Best Broker Execution -BBX - system that lets the buyside trader designate which research-providing broker gets paid, how much and when.
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For years, exchange-traded fund trading volume surged. Now, its slumping too. Nasdaq, NYSE and BATS are now slugging it out with incentives, new order types and a new ETF-focused exchange to resuscitate trading.
ITG has added anti-gaming technology into the operation of its POSIT dark pool, to protect institutional traders from high-frequency trading firms trying to sniff out their orders.
Agency broker ITG announced a new algorithm designed to help traders better trade during the close, or the final 15 minutes of the day.
Institutional broker Weeden & Co. has released a new algorithm designed to capitalize on the increased trading activity near and at the equity market close.
Look out, Credit Suisse. Barclays is closing in on U.S. dark pool supremacy. Simply put, Barclays' LX dark pool is now the second largest in the United States, behind only Credit Suisse's longtime leader, Crossfinder.
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