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Russell Suite Competition Ambiguity Raises Some Questions Americas,Blog,Commentary,Exchanges, OTC & Clearing,Investing & Trading,Mwiki

Exclusive. Non-exclusive. Exclusive. CME. ICE. CME again. The story of the Russell Index futures complex licensing over the years is a study in ambiguity, changing strategies and partners. We know the  will win this round as they currently hold the long term license for the products. But what will happen in the short term is ambiguous as these two global exchange giants square off and try to maintain control or pry loose the open interest in the Russell futures products. After ICE took over an exclusive Russell indexes licensing agreement from CME in 2007, CME returned the favor by recently…

The VIX Snoozefest Kept Rolling in May; ETH Option Volume Continues to Grow; Stock market’s low volatility and low yields are crushing Goldman, J.P. Morgan and the banking sector Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Getting Animated About Trading Chicago JLN If you haven’t signed up for the FOW-JLN conference Trading Chicago on June 28th, it is a solid program worth checking out. 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 opportunities in the red hot interest rate…

JLN Exchange Leader Series 2017: LSEG’s Hackett on a Clear Path Forward Exchanges, OTC & Clearing,Feature,Video,video

In just a few years, London Stock Exchange Group has doubled its US headcount to nearly 500 employees. That’s just one indicator that LSEG is doing well across a variety of its operations. Ali Hackett, USA Country Head for London Stock Exchange Group, spoke to JLN about the importance of the customer in continuing LCH’s expansion. Since the financial crisis, regulators have adopted rules that have pushed clearing and trading onto exchanges. But there is still a demand from clientele for innovative solutions in the realm of non-cleared derivatives. “As far as we’re concerned we really want to help the…

So I Found You Again On Facebook: LSE and Deutsche Börse Dating Again Financials,Regulation,Special Report

Well, here we go again. The on again, off again affair between the London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Börse is, well on again. The two exchanges are looking to create “an exchange of equals” which would pair two powerful securities, derivatives, clearing, products and services companies in the global exchange space. LSE made a run at Deutsche Börse, just prior to the DB’s IPO in February 2001 but the deal fell through when shareholders in London objected. The second deal proposal between the two in 2004 ended with more shareholder disdain. And now here we are in 2016 with…

John Lothian Newsletter: ITG Ousts CEO Gasser After Probe; China Dethroned as World’s Most Liquid Stock Market After Curbs; Pimco Gets Warning From SEC That Lawsuit Could Be Coming John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Bits & Pieces – Summer Intern Education Version By John J. Lothian Today is the kickoff (American football term) of the Summer Intern Education Series in Chicago, part of our MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunities theme. Perhaps this series was never needed more than today to help give a positive perspective on the financial markets and the opportunities in them considering today’s headlines. Today’s newsletter features a verdict in the Libor scandal and a banker finally going to jail. We have the last trial in the Madoff investigation, ITG ousting their CEO over a dark pool issue and…

Get Smart: LSE Looking To Smart Beta Blog,Financials

The word “smart” has been drilled into the marketing lexicon for so long it is sometimes hard to tell what is and isn’t actually, well, smart. Smart phones, smart cars, smart watches and even a smarter planet. The investment world has seen its own branding with so-called smart beta, which was examined in depth by FTSE Russell in May, the first time the LSE’s FTSE index division put its names together with Frank Russell since the exchange purchased the US index and asset manager last year. Five years ago, LSE bought out Pearson’s share of FTSE to gain full control…