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JLN Options: ’50 Cent’ Returns; Clinging to Risk; Central bank activity Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Miscellany for Thursday The new edition of FIA’s MarketVoice is available online. FANG+ Options went live at NYSE on Monday. Trade Alert is now live with VIX futures info. We started rolling out videos from FIA IDX. First up was ICE Europe’s Stuart Williams. Speaking of videos, we released a video with CME Group’s options head Derek Sammann where he talks about the franchise’s continued growth. In case you missed it, Robinhood’s options trading business is apparently booming. ++++++ None of Us Understand Probability RCM Alternatives This week kicks off the World Cup, and while the U.S….

Regulatory Crypto Crackdown; CME grain pushback John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff Intercontinental Exchange Group’s market cap was $42.2 billion yesterday. Last August, it was $38.8 billion. In 2005, after its IPO, it was $2 billion.~JK Yesterday marked the 228th birthday of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX). The following comes from Daniel Carrigan, president of Nasdaq Futures, Inc.: “PHLX was formed to support a fledgling U.S. government which borrowed $77 million from citizens to wage freedom from Britain. The first private debt offering was listed for trading in 1795 for The Penn and Lancaster Turnpike. The certificate contained the first picture imprint on a certificate…

Cryptocoin Market Met Its Match?; Blackstone, Thomson Reuters Said to Weigh Tradeweb IPO, Sale John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read More Questions Than Answers For A Potential CryptoMarketsWiki ICO John Lothian – JLN In the announcement of CryptoMarketsWiki last week, I mentioned that the project would explore the initial coin offering process from an editorial and strategic perspective. If our due diligence works out, we may go ahead and conduct an ICO and use the token in our business operations. But there are lots of questions to answer before we get there. In fact, there are lots of questions we don’t even know yet, let alone know the answers. However, if we are going to build the central…

Spot Trading Closes; EU Fintech Regulatory Roadmap; EU probes UK derivatives tax treatment John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Renato Mariotti for Illinois Attorney General; A Former Prosecutor and Current JLN Reader Is The Best Choice For Illinois AG John Lothian – JLN Democratic Attorney General candidate Renato Mariotti stopped by the John Lothian News offices in the Chicago Board of Trade Building on Tuesday, March 6 for a sit down video interview. He has been a John Lothian Newsletter reader since 2012, and he used the market and industry knowledge he gained from reading the newsletter to bolster his success as a federal prosecutor. Mariotti is a former prosecutor in the US Attorney’s office in Illinois…

Mnuchin, Dalio Raise the Stakes for Treasuries Before ECB Meets; U.S. Stock Moves Mispriced Around Results on Taxes, JPM Says; Weakness in the Dollar Could Spell Trouble for Stocks Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories Mnuchin, Dalio Raise the Stakes for Treasuries Before ECB Meets Brian Chappatta – Bloomberg A few hours in Davos just complicated things for bond traders betting central-bank policy shifts will drive Treasury yields higher. First, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin endorsed a weaker dollar on Wednesday, driving the euro to the strongest level versus the greenback since 2014. Then, hedge-fund manager Ray Dalio raised the specter of the most punishing bond bear market since the early 1980s, helping push U.S. yields back near three-year highs set this month. jlne.ws/2Ge0k8A U.S. Stock Moves Mispriced Around Results on Taxes, JPM Says…

The low vol feedback loop; EU shuts door on electronic access providers; More exchange consolidation? Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Ed Tilly – Staying Ahead of the Technology Curve MarketsWikiEducation.com In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s Intern Recruiting Event event in Chicago, Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of Cboe Global Markets, discusses how changes in technology force you to adapt to stay ahead of the curve. Tilly breaks down what’s going on in the exchange space and how the Cboe has changed over the years. With the explosion of screen trading and the end of open outcry trading, exchanges have had to roll with the punches and make sure customers are happy. Tilly’s goal is to bring…

Talk of CAT Delay; Bond vol shows signs of life; Investors fearless Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories Exchanges in talks with U.S. SEC to delay new audit system: sources John McCrank – Reuters Stock exchanges are in talks with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to possibly delay the rollout of a new system aimed at helping the regulator better police the markets, sources familiar with matter the told Reuters. /goo.gl/WCiMXs ****SD: They’re going to have to make a decision shortly. SROs are scheduled to start reporting data to the central repository on November 15. Bond Volatility Shows Signs of Life as Rates Divergence Widens Cormac Mullen – Bloomberg As U.S. Treasury yields climb to…

Deutsche Boerse CEO to step down amid insider trading probe; ICE to sell commodities trading platform Trayport for £550m John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff ALTSO had more than 1400 people last night, and raised over $620,000 at its annual Rocktoberfest in NY. The Chicago event raised almost $145,000 with about 500 attendees. Way to go ALTSO! ~JK Bright Pink sat down with Kristin Wood, senior director, internal communications and community relations at CME Group, to learn more about this best-in-class corporate partnership. CME Group is on track to make a gift of $160,000 to Bright Pink in 2017 through the annual Pink for a Purpose campaign. ~JJL To anybody who avidly follows the John Lothian Twitter…

Options Imply Little Risk of Market Correction; SEC Weighs How to Protect CAT; ECB’s power over clearing Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories Options Imply Little Risk of Market Corrections Anytime Soon Myron Scholes and Ash Alankar – Bloomberg A watchful Federal Reserve has created a buoyant environment for equities. The S&P 500 Index is on course for its least volatile year since 1964. On top of that, anticipated volatility as measured by the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index, or VIX, is near historical lows. jlne.ws/2xYLQax ****SD: “Options are signaling that this is not the time to take exaggerated risks because of a lack — if any — of upside potential, rather than out of concern about the possibility of…