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Chicago Intern Education Series Day 3 Wrap-Up Blog,Commentary

For our final day of the 2015 MarketsWiki Intern Education Series in Chicago, hosted by Trading Technologies, our special guest was the city’s mayor, Rahm Emanuel, who told the audience of summer interns that Chicago is the No. 1 destination for young people looking to start their careers right after graduating from college. Chicago is a great destination for several reasons, he said, including that it has the most diverse economy of any U.S. city., incorporating industries such as healthcare, transportation, professional services, and of course the financial sector and risk management in particular. “No single sector drives more than…

John Lothian Newsletter: NYSE to sell stakes to plug capital gap; Bats Europe Said to Seek U.K. Exchange License; ADM in talks with feds on bribery probe John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

NYSE Euronext, faced with new European regulations for clearing, plans to sell an assortment of stakes in other ventures in order to build a bigger capital buffer. Bats Chi-X Europe sets forth to become the first alternative trading system to register as an exchange. Archer Daniels Midland is said to be discussing bribery allegations with US regulators, and may face penalties for bribing foreign officials. In First Read today, take a look at the new MarketsWiki.tv interview with Harrell Smith, who talks to JLN’s Doug Ashburn about several critical topics affecting FX, including the regulatory landscape, algorithmic and high-frequency trading,…