Electronic Trading

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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...
CBC.ca  Aug 23  Comment 
The latest high-tech disruption in the financial markets increases the pressure on Nasdaq and other electronic exchanges to take steps to avoid future breakdowns and manage them better if they do occur.
Benzinga  Aug 1  Comment 
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Benzinga  Jul 29  Comment 
Founded as traders transitioned from trading floors to transacting online, The National Association of Day Traders serves as an educational platform for the trading community. “If you become a teacher or a dentist, what do you do? You join...
Mondo Visione  Jul 17  Comment 
Tradition-ICAP, the world's leading voice broker and electronic platform (Volbroker) for the trading of FX currency options, today announced the imminent launch of its new VolCall service for the interdealer broker (IDB) market. VolCall is a...
TheStreet.com  Jun 10  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and other media are a big reason investors have lost confidence in the stock market, according to a panel of electronic trading executives speaking at an industry conference hosted by...
Financial Times  Apr 3  Comment 
Computer-based trading is muscling in on one of the last bastions of telephone trade between dealers and investors
Mondo Visione  Jan 22  Comment 
Recent multi-million dollar losses in the capital markets caused by technology glitches, erroneous trades and errant trader behavior have heightened demand for tools to control risk during the electronic trading process.  Now global trading...




 

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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