Hedge Funds Posts
Foreign investment and automated trading look to shake-up the sleepy muni market.
How do U.S. hedge funds, prop shops and market makers best connect to European markets?
A current proof-of-concept looks to cut settlement time by two-thirds.
As transaction cost analysis is pulled forward, its utility for brokers and their buy-side clients rises.
Without a better sense of existing liquidity, there may never be a true order-driven corporate bond market.
Agency brokers hire senior sales traders across multiple asset classes.
Automation may be the buy side’s greatest goal, but it is turning more of its focus toward data centralization.
Traders turn their attention to the upcoming election and third-quarter earnings reports.
Artificial intelligence reaches a turning point in 2016
The market data provider plans to integrate Redi’s at-trade capabilities with into its Eikon pre-trade financial-analysis desktop.
There is substantial uncertainty around the trajectory of regulation.
Firms should have their ducks in a row before jumping into cloud computing.
Former trading and markets regulator joins a prominent electronic market maker.
Unique instrument identifiers seek to improve the precious metals market’s efficiency.
Foreign investors have more access to China than twelve months ago
Although anti-establishment and anti-immigration feelings run high in the UK and the US, it’s doubtful that the US will see its own Brexit moment.
Will the EU’s bilateral negotiations with Switzerland shed light on its strategy for Brexit?
As hacking technology and techniques advance, so must the defenses of capital markets firms.
One Canadian executive says dark pool trading is gaining favor and can grow.
Wall Street personnel moves pick up following a summer slowdown.