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23 April 2014

Regulators Must Co-Evolve With Technology and the ...

Dave Lauer, KOR Group

FINRA’s recent proposal to charge for dark pool volume data is the latest example of regulators’ failure to embrace data openness and transparency. If regulators want to instill more confidence in their abilities and leverage public insights, everything should be open and visible. rest of story...

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Improved Pre-Trade Transparency: Mining the LOB for Alpha

Kevin Sun, CMCRC; University of South Australia

Greater pre-trade transparency and disclosure of the limit order book should provide traders with greater opportunities to seek alpha and regulators with insight into policymaking. Continue

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