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A failed military coup in Turkey last week has led to increased equity volatility and a weakening of the lira
Personnel moves at the newest U.S. exchange and a fintech investor.
What can Wall Street Learn From the DAO hack?
The Ucits passport across the European Union is regulated at the fund, rather than the manager, level
The trading week ended quietly, leveling off after a strong 3-week rally.
Some say SROs should have more skin in the game.
Large buyside firms increased their use of algorithmic trading strategies by almost 10% between 2015 and 2016
The broader objective is to root out disruptive trading practices.
Nearly $7 trillion are invested in environmental, social and governance strategies in the US, up from $3.7 trillion in 2012
Asset managers disagree on whether Brexit has boosted emerging market prospects.
Wall Street and Silicon Alley converge Wednesday afternoon.
The odds board offers clues on what’s next in equity market structure.
Low real bond yields and global economic uncertainty are driving investors into gold
A splashy cross-industry hire highlights recent people moves in the securities space.
A subcommittee of the SEC’s Equities Market Structure Advisory Committee recommends a two-year pilot with 300 stocks.
Foreign exchange faces increasing regulatory scrutiny
Strong jobs number revives notion of a 2016 rate hike.
T2S, the project to harmonize securities settlement in the Eurozone, began operating a year ago
He’s back at ITG — this time in the top job.
A new EU directive requires companies to report major cybersecurity incidents