TheStreet.com  Mar 27  Comment 
  NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- When Michael Lewis' book, "Flash Boys," was released a year ago, a raging debate about high-frequency trading took place both on and off Wall Street. Some said this ultra-fast computerized trading, also called HFT, was...
MarketWatch  Mar 25  Comment 
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday voted to propose a rule that would force high-speed trading firms to register. Such high-speed trading firms, when they conduct business only for their own accounts, are currently exempt from...
MarketWatch  Mar 13  Comment 
A year later, the author of the book which brought national attention to the practice of high-frequency trading says it isn’t just rich hedge-fund managers who stand to benefit if there is less picking off stock-market orders.
Clusterstock  Mar 12  Comment 
According to Michael Lewis, people got his latest book all wrong. Flash Boys, which explains how high-frequency trading is used to rig U.S. markets, caused an uproar on Wall Street last year among financiers, regulators, and the general...
Mondo Visione  Mar 6  Comment 
The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) today published the first of two academic papers from the fourth academic team chosen to assess the impact of high frequency trading (HFT) and related activity on Canadian...
Financial Times  Mar 5  Comment 
New York trading powerhouse looks again at flotation
MarketWatch  Feb 27  Comment 
The book, as part of the popular “For Dummies” series, seeks to explain the complex subject of high-frequency trading
MarketWatch  Feb 23  Comment 
A Bank of England study said high-frequency trading does not contribute to undue pressure and price dislocation.
MarketWatch  Feb 20  Comment 
Virtu Financial Inc., one of the world’s largest high-frequency trading firms, files revised documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday to go public.
MarketWatch  Feb 19  Comment 
Virtu, one of the world’s biggest high-frequency trading firms is betting that the “Flash Boys” furor is behind it.


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