In HFT, are strategies (e.g. optimal execution, market making) purely mathematical or do they mainly rely on the technology (e.g. speed, collocation)? This question was originally answered on Quora by Christian Daniel Griset.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the major stock exchanges on Monday brought charges against a brokerage and its CEO for allegedly helping a customer engage in what’s called “layering,” which is a form of market manipulation...
The rise of high-frequency trading in the US stock market has been nothing if not controversial.
The practice, which uses
to analyze multiple markets and execute orders based on market conditions, has divided Wall...
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E-trading firm Virtu Financial is looking to buy KCG Holdings for $1.2 billion, CNBC reports, citing Dow Jones.
Shares in KCG jumped 23% on the news.
KCG, founded in 2013 and based in New York, is a high-frequency trading firm that also...
High-frequency trading has had a huge impact on every corner of Wall Street, says Credit Suisse, resulting in much higher overall activity and a bias toward parts of the market that are easiest to trade with high-frequency strategies.