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Content tagged with Exchanges posted in May 2007
TowerGroup Update: Impact of Exchange Activities
News  |  5/31/2007  | 
The continued consolidation and globalization drive among exchanges will have "medium to high impact" on securities institutions, according to Dushyant Shahrawat, research director for TowerGroup's Security & Capital Markets service.
Harvey Pitt: Securities and Exchange Commission Looking, Not Acting on Dark Pool or Non Displayed Liquidity Explosion
News  |  5/31/2007  | 
Harvey Pitt, former SEC chairman, believes the SEC won't act without a thorough review of non displayed liquidity pools.
The Latest from BATS' Dave Cummings
News  |  5/25/2007  | 
Dear Trading Community, "The Deal'n is Now Done" BATS is happy to announce we have closed our funding round and raised an additional $45 million from new and existing investors. The new investor will be announced shortly in a separate press release. We also have decided to stop talking about mergers with the regionals and remain independent.
Pulse Trading Launches Dark Book
News  |  5/23/2007  | 
And now there are 41...Pulse Trading has entered the fray of dark pool trading with the launch BlockCross, which had its first day of trading today (May 23). I talked to Mark Enriquez, managing partner of Pulse a few weeks ago and he told me a little about the system. He was hesitant to say too much because it had not yet launched. What he did tell me is that the system is open to both buy and sell side traders and they can determine with whom they want to cross. The system is geared toward bloc
Instinet and Credit Suisse Link Dark Pools in Japan
News  |  5/23/2007  | 
Instinet and Credit Suisse announced an agreement to link their respective dark liquidity pools in Japan. Through an algorithm, customers of Instinet's CBX for Japanese Securities and Credit Suisse's CrossFinder will have access to each other's dark pools of liquidity.
Dark Order Routing A Popular Option For Traders Seeking Anonymity
News  |  5/22/2007  | 
In addition to dark pools, dark order routing to exchanges is also becoming a popular option for traders still seeking anonymity and limited market impact while also getting some money back in rebates.
Dark Pools Link and Partner to Combat Fragmented Liquidity
News  |  5/21/2007  | 
As dark pools grow in popularity and number, many are linking or partnering to better serve buy-side traders.
Latest Market Data Dispute Over NYSE’s Plan to Charge for Depth-of-Book Data Pits NSX Against Other U.S. Exchanges
News  |  5/21/2007  | 
In the market data debate over depth-of-book fees, the NSX is taking sides with the broker-dealer community, pitting it against the NYSE.
Eurex Bets Big on Options Growth with ISE Merger
News  |  5/2/2007  | 
Counting on continued growth in the options market, Eurex set to acquire the ISE in $2.8 billion deal

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