Anecdotally, the week of July 12 has seen as many job changes as any week in recent memory.
Zoom events are fine, but how good can they be without branded shirts, caps, pens and stress balls?
A lot has changed since the minimum price increment change in U.S. equity trading was 12.5 cents.
Institutional trading veteran weighs in on the evolution of the STA, institutional trading, and his own career.
Bob Iati of Burton Taylor looks back over the past 22 years in capital markets trading and technology.
The scope of the new Chair's equity-market agenda suggests SEC staffers have some late nights ahead.
Comments in a 1999 Traders Magazine article can easily apply today.
Most traditional brokerage and technology providers remain in the wait-and-see camp.
Late Instinet CEO was a transformative force in electronic trading -- and he fostered a 'culture of enthusiasm' that has carried forward.
Coalition Greenwich / Instinet panel looked at how ideals of social responsibility impact firms' view of trading.