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    There is a tradeoff between latency and the intelligence you can build into algorithms, acknowledges Software AG’s Theo Hildyard. But streaming analytics can enable firms to incorporate intelligence ...
     
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    ‘People Need to Understand How the Markets Operate’: Larry Tabb

    The little guy has a better market today than he’s ever had in the past, says TABB Group founder and CEO Larry Tabb, who joins Benzinga’s PreMarket Prep show to discuss market structure, including ...
     
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    Inside TABB’s Equities LiquidityMatrix

    TABB’s Equities LiquidityMatrix provides a monthly snapshot of market activity, both on- and off-exchange. The report highlights market share for all exchanges as well as data provided by the dark pools, ...
     
 

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Tokyo Bourse Cuts Tick Sizes for Some of Biggest Stocks

Bloomberg Tokyo’s stock exchange is allowing smaller price increments on shares of about 80 of Japan’s biggest companies as the bourse seeks to win back business from private trading venues.

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