Electronic Trading

Forbes  Feb 3  Comment 
OpenBondX founders think the fixed income markets are in the Dark Ages -- they have developed some more modern systems to match buyers and sellers anonymously. And no, it doesn't rely on phones.
Reuters  Jan 9  Comment 
Indian regulators could clear the way for the electronic trading of interest rate swaps as early as this month, officials said, as part of a Reserve Bank drive to increase trade volumes in the country's under-developed domestic debt market.
Reuters  Dec 8  Comment 
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings has agreed to buy a minority stake in Virtu Financial Inc, the New York-based electronic dealing firm said on Monday, in a...
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 1  Comment 
Exchanges provide hedging platform and are successful in efficient price discovery mechanism
Wall Street Journal  Apr 29  Comment 
ICAP PLC is cutting brokers who manually handle certain interest-rate trades as it pushes more transactions toward electronic platforms.
Forbes  Dec 19  Comment 
New regulations are bringing together the previously separated worlds of over-the-counter and exchange-traded derivatives, said Steve Grob director of group strategy at Fidessa. He has recently published a paper on the topic “You Only Live...
BBC News  Sep 24  Comment 
Electronic trading on the London Metal Exchange has resumed after a technical issue stopped trading.
Mondo Visione  Sep 9  Comment 
We have witnessed a fundamental shift in markets from human-based trading to highly automated electronic trading. Automated trading systems, including high frequency traders, enter the market and execute trades in a matter of milliseconds without...


Electronic trading (etrading) is a method of trading securities (such as stocks and bonds), foreign currency, and exchange traded derivatives electronically. It uses information technology to bring together buyers and sellers through electronic media to create a virtual market place. NASDAQ, NYSE Arca and Globex are examples of electronic market places. Exchanges that facilitate electronic trading in the United States are regulated by either the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

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