08 October 2014

Single-Dealer FX Platforms Strike Back: One Platform, ...

Adam Hawley, Caplin

An analysis of liquidity on multi-dealer FX platforms vs. single-dealer platforms shows that both are needed, albeit by different types of clients. But with the rise of mid-size corporate trading, single-dealer platforms with multiple, tailored interfaces are gaining market share, especially with regional banks. ... rest of story...


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    New Rules Needed for High-Tech Trading

    US regulators’ high-profile focus on high-frequency trading and dark pools has reined in predatory excesses and helped restore some investor confidence in the market, says Jim McCaughan, chief executive ...
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    The Leading Stock Market Indicator: Where Does Social Media Fit in Your Workflow?

    Using social media analytics in the trading process no longer is limited to cutting-edge quant firms. Today, more and more hedge funds and traditional money managers are incorporating social media in their ...
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    Corporate Actions: The Next Frontier

    Every trading desk on Wall Street, across all asset classes, shudders at the mention of corporate actions. While automation of corporate actions has gained ground, the proliferation of data sources and the lack of ...

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Collateral Crisis? The Risks in CCPs and Central Clearing

Miles Reucroft, Thomas Murray

The move to mandatory clearing, while aimed at reducing systemic risk in the markets, will, of course, bring with it a whole host of additional risks, including the possibility of a collateral crisis. But don’t blame the CCPs. Continue

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