Nasdaq Signals – Is Anyone Listening?
Less than year after Hurricane Sandy, a technical issue with Nasdaq brought stock trading to a halt for an unusually long time. It's time to address the need for more robust plans and systems, writes Steven Davenport.
The Bite Of New Market Realities
As trading volumes plummet, exchanges are looking for new sources of revenue. One of the most popular new sources is technology.
The Two Faces of Regulation SCI: Reducing Risk While Curbing Innovation?
While the SEC’s draft proposal of Regulation SCI is a major step toward mitigating the potentially hazardous consequences resulting from a market that is increasingly reliant upon rapid-fire technology, the burdens of data collection risks impeding market innovation and inundating the Commission with extreme volumes of data.
Is there a Palladium Bubble?
Demand for Palladium has increased from automakers, while Russia's 15% stockpile could be dwindling, setting the stage for a bubble.
Hackers to Exchanges: You’re Next
US attorneys last week charged a Russian hacker with gaining access to the servers inside Nasdaq. For two years. The CIOs and IT staffers inside today’s exchanges now have to deal with the target on their backs.