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The SI is dead. Almost...
Seaborn has reached another milestone.
HFT was never a business, it was a strategy
What if we look at MiFID II from a business perspective instead of just a compliance issue?
New owner for IB's prop trading unit.
Seaborn just announced that they will partner with Spread networks as their channel partner for financial services.
CME Europe and CME Clearing Europe close shop.
After about 8 years TOM is being closed.
Timber Hill ceases their market making operations.
The trading obligation for derivatives does not apply to listed futures and options. Strange or not?
Amsterdam's most famous financial blogger is calling it a day.
S&P announced they will sell Quanthouse, the specialist in low latency market data, to Pierre Feligioni.
The fastest connection between NJ and Brazil
The arrival of an electronic microscope improved our vision by a factor of one million. Humans could finally see atoms. A new study does the same with trades.
GTT is set to acquire Hibernia for $590 million.
HFT firm Virtu and AM Union Investment are partnering up.
Research by the University of Cambridge suggests that people with better a better interoceptive ability (gut feelings) perform better as a trader.
During the slow vacation season suddenly this gem popped up in social media. It is a TEDx talk by Albert J. Menkveld.
We've said it before: 'It ain't much if it ain't Dutch.' Article on the attractiveness of the Dutch market for Brexit refugees.
A rundown of what has been written on the effects of Brexit and the financial sector
The die has been cast. Now what?
"It's the economy, stupid." Traditional exchanges and new entrants are realizing that the best way to regain trust in the financial markets is by going back to the basics.