Trading

Cybersecurity getting attention of companies, too

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Companies – not just investors and their managers – are increasingly viewing cybersecurity as a business and operational risk.
Research network to study European market

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Plato Partnership is working with Imperial College Business School to establish a research network focused on European market structure.
Swaps rule change allows banks to do more swaps activity, GAO report says

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Four banks were able to retain more than $10 trillion of derivatives following changes to a Dodd-Frank provision in 2014.
Commentary: CHOICE Act gives investors no voice

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The Financial CHOICE Act would weaken many important provisions of Dodd-Frank and introduce changes that would harm capital markets, investors and consumers.
European Central Bank to develop overnight unsecured rate for eurozone

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The European Central Bank will provide a new overnight unsecured rate for the eurozone before 2020.
Jay Clayton said illicit trading possible from EDGAR breach

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The SEC's EDGAR filing system in 2016 was breached through a software vulnerability, allowing access to non-public information, the SEC chairman said.
T+2 transition went smoothly in Canada

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The reduction of the trade settlement cycle to trade plus two days, or T+2, in Canada went as smoothly as it did in the U.S.
Now that T+2 is here, some ready for even shorter cycle

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The success of reducing the settlement cycle in the U.S. to T+2 has some people wondering if there could be a further reduction.
Deutsche Bourse to pay €10.5 million to settle insider-trading allegations

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Deutsche Bourse agreed to pay a combined €10.5 million ($12.5 million) to settle accusations it violated an insider-trading ban.

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Frederic Jamet joined TOBAM as head of trading and co-head of research.
Nearly all managers not ready for MiFID best-execution standards — survey

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Ninety-four percent of money manager clients of institutional trading network Liquidnet said they're not ready to meet best-execution standards.
Nasdaq to acquire eVestment for $705 million

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Nasdaq on Tuesday said it would acquire money management analytics firm eVestment for a combined $705 million in cash and stock.
Academics, quants don't agree on volatility claims

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Academics and quant managers have different opinions on whether exchange-traded funds increase or reduce volatility.
Supreme Court to hear IPO disclosure case Nov. 6

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The Supreme Court is to hear arguments Nov. 6 in a case challenging whether an issuer's duty to disclose certain information allows for class-action lawsuits.
New York Stock Exchange proposes delay on companies issuing news release after market close

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New York Stock Exchange is proposing requiring listed companies to hold off on releasing company news for five minutes after each day's market close.