Boy, high frequency trading aka HFT cannot a break thanks to this wunder jazz band to explain it

(Last Updated On: December 26, 2014)

Boy, high frequency trading aka HFT cannot a break thanks to this wunder jazz band to explain it

Huh I thought this figure was supposed to be higher

ESMA high frequency trading report – HFT responsible for 24-43% of equity trades

ESMA high frequency trading report – HFT responsible for 24-43% of equity trades

France proposes HFT rules

Ha! I hear they don’t have any extra cash so they decide to tax at only 75%. Wow they must be getting even more desparate now with this law

http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=d4560c1b-71be-40d4-bd09-98ab5cbdc2e7

HFT can never get a break? OH yeah, there are those cheaters and bad actors

Fidessa on ESMA HFT report – ‘Slave to a label?’

http://www.automatedtrader.net/news/at/152631/fidessa-on-esma-hft-report-_-slave-to-a-label

Even a jazz band had to get involved.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/controversial-high-frequency-trading-study-says-practice-boosts-liquidity-2014-12-01

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