If you’re a whale in the stock market, maybe it’s time to stop pretending you’re a guppy.
Singapore Exchange Ltd., Southeast Asia’s biggest bourse operator, wants to lure more high-speed traders on to its stock market as it grapples with lower volume.
Lawmakers waded into the debate over the U.S. stock market’s fairness today, going beyond the usual flashpoint of high-frequency trading to focus on potential conflicts of interest among brokers.
Bats Global Markets Inc. and Direct Edge Holdings LLC agreed to merge, uniting two of the biggest American exchange operators amid a four-year decline in volume.
Infinium Capital Management LLC, a Chicago-based high-frequency trading firm, was sued by former employees who claim they were tricked into swapping loans to a company affiliate for equity, causing them to lose $4 million.
"As the markets become more electronic, they become more volatile."
- Larry Tabb on Nov 17, 2014
Tabb Says High Frequency Trading Is Less Profitable (Audio)