Posts Tagged “High Frequency Trading”
by Kyle Colona on December 19, 2012
Earlier this year, the Securities Exchange Commission launched a probe into high frequency trading to determine if traders in this game had an unfair advantage over other market makers and investors. Now, the Wall Street Journal reports that this has (…)
by Beth Connolly on October 9, 2012
High frequency traders are desperate to get ahead. Their latest tactic? Buying huge quantities of shares only to cancel the orders milliseconds later.
by Paul Lalonde on June 21, 2012
At a House Financial Services Committee hearing Wednesday, Wall Street CEOs explained how high frequency trading benefits investors.
by Beth Connolly on June 19, 2012
But before releasing new rules, the regulator must better understand what defines the sector, said Scott O’Malia, a member of the CFTC, today.
by J. J. Kellington on June 1, 2012
Regulators clearly do not move as quickly as high frequency traders, and after two years of reviews, investigations, posturing, blaming and losing interest here and there, it seems that we have some new regulatory developments.
by The Compliance Exchange on April 20, 2012
U.S. regulators claimed their first victory in a four-year old effort to crack down on oil market manipulation on Thursday, announcing a $14 million settlement with high-frequency trading firm Optiver.
by Beth Connolly on April 16, 2012
Though the SEC is pushing forward in its attempts to monitor high frequency trading, the Huffington Post contends that it won’t be able to monitor the high-tech trading that now constitutes 50% of American trading volume.
by Beth Connolly on April 10, 2012
You’ll be shocked to find out how the SEC scored on a recent evaluation by Kiplinger. Or will you?
by Jon Lewin on April 9, 2012
Pipeline Trading Systems said it offered LLC offered investors protection from high-frequency traders. But a secret affiliate did such trading.
by The Compliance Exchange on April 5, 2012
File under “unexpected societal benefits of high frequency trading”: it’s doing wonders for building IT infrastructure. Sebastian Anthony and Jeff Hecht both have good overviews of the three — count ‘em — fiber-optic cables being laid deep below the arctic sea floor, all in a $1.5 billion attempt to shave 60 milliseconds, or less, off the amount of time it takes to get digital information from London to Tokyo.