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    Euronext Carves its own Path

    Euronext is independent again. In June, the move was confirmed when it listed on the main French, Dutch and Belgium markets. FT’s Peggy Hollinger asks chief executive Dominique Cerutti about his ambitious ...
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    T. Boone Pickens: Ace Greenberg Was a Great Man

    BP Capital Chairman and CEO T. Boone Pickens reflects on Alan C. “Ace” Greenberg's legacy. He speaks with Trish Regan on Bloomberg's "Street Smart." ...
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    Accelerating Intelligence

    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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Barclays Sued by Investor Over Losses From Dark Pool Suit

Bloomberg Barclays was sued by an investor over a plunge in share prices that followed NY AG Eric Schneiderman’s lawsuit accusing the bank of lying to customers and hiding the role of HFT to promote its dark pool.

28 July 2014

The Japan Exchange to break into commodities and OTC

eFinancial News)($ The Japan Exchange plans to build a new derivatives trading system with Nasdaq OMX and Japanese software vendor NTT Data Corporation, as part of a medium-term strategy to grow trading and prepare for swap market reforms.

28 July 2014

The Impact of High-Frequency Trading on Volatility

Schaeffer's Investment Research Small-cap volatility has hit record levels versus big-cap volatility this year. Perhaps we can blame (or thank) high-frequency trading.

28 July 2014

Greifeld warns on ‘perverted’ dark pools

FT)($ In his strongest statements on the need to overhaul the equity markets, Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld said dark pools have become perverted, while a key regulation aimed at improving the markets by requiring investors to receive the best price has become meaningless.

28 July 2014

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