Former STA Chairman Jack Hughes didn't expect trading-floor "football fields" to become obsolete so quickly.
33 years into his career, Michael Ray of Adams Funds still takes it one day at a time.
Things have come a long way since 1999, when the challenge was how to capture data from telephone trades.
A trio of new U.S. equity exchanges sparks fresh concerns about market fragmentation.
Securities markets brace for volatility around the November 3 U.S. presidential election.
Are European regulators trying to put toothpaste back in the tube?
Resilience and flexibility will be critical for firms to navigate the pandemic and a challenging business environment.
A look back at a somber and poignant, yet steadfast, issue of Traders Magazine.
The COVID-19 market of 2020 has taken telephones out of traders' hands and given fresh momentum to electronic trading.
A look back at the start of a longstanding trade reporting system that's now being replaced.