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Nasdaq Launches New Machine Learning Technology for Surveillance Efforts on Nordic Markets John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Nasdaq, a technology company spawned from the exchange space, has announced the first machine learning implementation in market surveillance. The system is part of their SMARTS, which is enjoying tremendous growth since Nasdaq acquired it in 2010. Officially, “Nasdaq’s SMARTS, in collaboration with Nasdaq Nordic, has deployed machine learning capabilities which analyze abnormal market events and improves the alerting processes surrounding market abuse detection.”~JJL CME‘s electronic options averaged 2.2 million contracts per day in August, up 51 percent over the same period last year.~JK ICE has published a video to talk about…

Big FX bets bunched around Jackson Hole meeting; Options trader gets 1.5 years in prison; VIX Options Volume Record Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight No, Not the VIX – the VSTOXX Sarah Rudolph – JLN Even your dog has heard of the VIX, the Chicago Board Options Exchange‘s benchmark volatility index, but the VSTOXX, the benchmark for volatility in European stocks, is less of a household name in the U.S. Eurex has been trying to change that by adding more and more functionality to their VSTOXX products, starting out with spot prices and futures contracts on the index and then more recently moving into options on futures and ETNs. Yesterday, Eurex and Rival teamed up for a meetup in Chicago at…

Deutsche Börse probe widens; DRW to Buy HFTer RGM; Trump’s business councils fall apart John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read No, Not the VIX – the VSTOXX Sarah Rudolph – JLN Even your dog has heard of the VIX, the Chicago Board Options Exchange‘s benchmark volatility index, but the VSTOXX, the benchmark for volatility in European stocks, is less of a household name in the U.S. Eurex has been trying to change that by adding more and more functionality to their VSTOXX products, starting out with spot prices and futures contracts on the index and then more recently moving into options on futures and ETNs. Yesterday, Eurex and Rival teamed up for a meetup in Chicago at a…

Tokyo Stock Exchange takes aim at Japan’s corporate ghosts; U.S. Default? Unlikely, But Bond Traders Are Taking No Chances; Deutsche Börse CEO Looks to Cut Deal John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

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First Read Hits & Takes Our video today from MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity Chicago 2017 features NFA President and CEO Tom Sexton.~JJL There is a signup form on the Upcoming Events page of the MarketsWikiEducation.com site for college students to sign up for our MarketsWiki Education Recruiting event on the afternoon of October 16 at the CBOE.~JJL Spencer Doar, Mike Forrester and John Lothian will be in Washington, DC from September 12 to 15 for the Securities Traders Association annual regulatory conference.~JJL Today we have a blog from Jim Falvey about cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology. See it below.~SR…

These Intraday Stock Rotations Keep Crushing Volatility; JPMorgan quant drops the whole market with report comparing to 1987; Libor, Phone-Smashing and Hacking Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Financial Markets Leaders Remember the late Magnus Bocker John Lothian – JLN I asked several leaders around the exchange world to offer remembrances of Magnus Bocker, the late former CEO of SGX. To start, I shall offer my own and add additional remembrances as they come in. I first met Magnus Bocker at a Deutsche Bank investment banking financial technology conference in New York where I had been asked to moderate an exchange leader panel. Magnus was then president of Nasdaq OMX. Also on the panel was Larry Leibowitz representing NYSE Euronext. Magnus was always gracious with…

Britain Hasn’t Been This Politically Risky in 40 Years; Machines Poised to Take Over 30% of Work at Banks, McKinsey Says; Insider trading probe into Deutsche Boerse CEO still open: prosecutor John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits and Takes By JLN Staff + Special Guest, Ray McKenzie Six years ago, we had the idea to bring A Leg To Stand On‘s Rocktoberfest to Chicago and the results have been astounding. We have now hosted five Rocktoberfests and, in the process, raised over $400,000 for A Leg To Stand On. We couldn’t be happier with how things have turned out. For those who don’t know, Rocktoberfest began in New York City 14 years ago as a group of music-loving members of the financial community came together to make music and raise funds for ALTSO, a…

World’s Biggest Metals Exchange Takes on the Gold Elite; Plan for New Trading Pit Triggers Feud in U.S. Options Market; Deutsche Boerse invests in bond trading platform Trumid John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Jim Kharouf Made a Strong Statement; FOW-JLN Event Showed His Impact on Program By John Lothian Jim Kharouf made a strong statement with his design, leadership and execution of the FOW-JLN Trading Chicago event on June 28th in collaboration with the FOW team and I hope the industry took notice. The event drew 210 people to talk about the key issues facing money managers, traders, exchanges, clearinghouses, brokers, vendors and the industry. What was special about the co-sponsored event was that the program used many of the items in our toolbox to deliver an interesting, educational, lively and…

London’s biggest clearing house open to more EU oversight; Exchanges stranglehold on data costs stifling market activity; Deutsche Boerse says open to index and data business deals John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Have you checked out the lineup for Trading Chicago? JLN The FOW-JLN conference Trading Chicago is on June 28th — less than three weeks from now. Is it on your calendar yet? Check out the lineup. Speakers this year include the Streetwise Professor Craig Pirrong, Leslie Sutphen and Gary DeWaal debating Dodd-Frank, Fidessa’s Steve Grob, Chris Hehmeyer and Joshua Yang talking about our markets in an age of populism with Carl Gilmore. Other notables include Jay Feuerstein of Budo Group, Richard Mackey of Rosenthal Global Securities and Tim Gits of Eurex and Chris Anderson of Itiviti talking about…

Innovation Is the Only Cure for Fragmentation; Deutsche Börse Reveals Three ‘Pillars’ of Its Pervasive Blockchain Integration; Index Funds Still Beat ‘Active’ Portfolio Management John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Cold as ICE: Sprecher asks UK, How much do you love me? In the battle for financial markets in Europe, exchanges would like some more communication about why they should stay in the UK. By Jim Kharouf To hear one exchange leader tell it, UK markets could use a little more love. At the 10th annual FIA IDX conference on Tuesday, ICE Chairman and CEO Jeff Sprecher said UK regulators have not communicated with ICE much about how they could work together and keep ICE Europe’s operations more firmly in London. In the wake of Brexit and the…