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CBOE Holdings Announces First Stages of Technology Integration Plan; MiFID unbundling and best ex set to have global impact; Fed’s Evans says he supports one or two more rate hikes this year Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Trigger pulled! A collection of UK news Not only was Brexit “triggered” since our last newsletter, the European Commission put the final nail in the proposed LSE-Deutsche Boerse merger. There’s a ton out there on the two subjects. I’ve cobbled together an array of stories about the two events so you can pick and choose. For a one stop shop, check out The Guardian as it has a live updates page that covers both the failed merger and Brexit proceedings. LSE-Deutsche Boerse stories Financial Times – Brussels blocks London Stock Exchange-Deutsche Börse merger Financial News – LSE-Deutsche…

The Aggregated Wisdom of Henry Schwartz Blog,Options

In December, JLN was lucky to have Henry Schwartz of Trade Alert as a guest editor for the JLN Options newsletter. Some of you might have missed his contributions from that week – below is a post comprised of all of his observations with some slight edits. His columns are listed in chronological order from when they were published (12-12-16 through 12-16-16). Complex Orders and Daily Options Volume It’s a great honor to edit the JLN Options newsletter because I have always found it to be a crucial source of timely and relevant news (and not ‘fake news’) for professionals…

Steve Crutchfield – NYSE Amex Interview,Options,Video

JLN Options editor Sarah Rudolph spoke to Steve Crutchfield, CEO of the options business at NYSE Amex, about the 2012 Security Traders Association of Chicago (STAC) Conference and upcoming trends impacting the options market. Crutchfield, who spoke on a STAC panel titled “Cross Product Exchange Leadership,” discussed the Volcker rule and its effect on options, as well as trends in options volumes for 2012. Visit the NYSE Amex website. To see the agenda from this most recent STAC conference, click here.