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US Options Volume Slips in February as Volatility Retreats Further ; ‘Crisis fatigue’ on show as hedging absent in face of stock shock; Suddenly, stock-market investors fear Trump will drop the fiscal-policy baton Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Getting The View From the Top By Jim Kharouf, JLN Today we begin our annual Exchange Leaders Series – video interviews shot at the FIA Boca 2017 conference last week. We unofficially led off with CME’s Terry Duffy before the conference (part 1 here and part 2 here). ICE Chairman and CEO Jeff Sprecher leads off our series with his thoughts about where the industry is going in terms of data and analytics. This is a company that has invested billions into the data and analytic space in the past few years, culminating with the $5.2 billion…

Steve Hamilton, CurveGlobal – Demystifying the Current Trading Environment Feature,MWEd,Video,video

Steve Hamilton, COO of CurveGlobal, doesn’t buy the over-the-top headlines about the state of trading. To him, the evolution of the market has been logical, and not as drastic as some would have you believe. The bottom line is that people still make trading decisions based upon risk taking and risk mitigation, and then discover price in order to execute their strategy. The change has been the venue where this occurs — a screen rather than a pit.    In this video from JLN’s MarketsWiki Education event in London, Hamilton runs through the shift from the pits to the screen,…

Uneasy Calm Grips Markets Suddenly Silent Before U.S. Vote; Option Writing Mutual Funds Gain Fans in Volatile Times; Rates Are Poised to Rise But the VIX of Treasurys is Super Low – What Gives? Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Stepping Forward in London By John J. Lothian Well, it is about time. I will be delivering my first presentation as part of MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity in London on Monday. Due to a scheduling conflict, Jock Percy of Perseus had to withdraw from the event on October 31. Stuff happens and you roll with it. So it will be my turn to step up and be a presenter. The question in my mind is whether I can keep my presentation in the 12 to 14 minute segments we allow the speakers. I am going to…

CurveGlobal’s Michael Davie Looking For New Twist On Interest Rates video

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Newcomers are always looking to disrupt the status quo or add value to the marketplace. And CurveGlobal, a product development joint venture of the London Stock Exchange Group, CBOE and seven global banks, is planning to do both when it goes live later this year. While much is being made of the LSEG’s potential merger with Deutsche Boerse, Curve Chairman Michael Davie told JLN at the FIA Boca conference that the company is focused on continuing its work to pull the initiative and its customer base together.  Curve, which is technically a product development vehicle, plans to go live in Q3. “The…

John Lothian Newsletter: LSE taps Morgan Stanley’s Ross to run Curve; ‘Flash Boys’ trading venue application triggers backlash; High-frequency trader warns of potential market ‘catastrophe’ John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read ICE chief calls IEX speed bump plan ‘un-American’ Gregory Meyer and Nicole Bullock in New York – FT IEX, the upstart stock-dealing venue, is taking an “un-American” approach to slowing down high-speed traders, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange has charged in comments that will further inflame debate over markets. goo.gl/743Bge ****Katsuyama is very un-American. He’s Canadian. JJL**** He is North American, it is just like American, but colder. ++++ Typhon Capital Bets Big on Biofuels By TIM PUKO – WSJ Look for drivers – but not oil – to help steer a turnaround in commodities,…

John Lothian Newsletter: Futures exchanges feel threat from LSE venture; Banks Said to Ask Exchanges for Views on London Gold Clearing; Billboards urge Wall Street employees to report financial crimes John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read WILD Symposium Explores Opportunities and Challenges in a Changed Industry Sarah Rudolph – JLN The Women In Listed Derivatives (WILD) annual symposium last week at the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank addressed a pressing question and one that men face as well. Now that floor trading is mostly gone and that route into the business closed, what can young women do to get into the industry and what can the veteran professionals do to help them? This fourth year for the event was a chance for women in the derivatives industry to be among a sea of women, rather…