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Harvey throws a wrench into U.S. energy engine; NYSE owner lines up sale of energy trader; Chicago Exchange Sale Looks Shaky as China Tensions Rise John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff The CME has published a video “Spread trading with E-mini Russell 2000 futures.”~JJL Leslie Sutphen is the speaker featured today in JLN from the MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in Chicago from July.~JJL Bloomberg has a story “Odds of U.S. Technical Default About 15%, T-Bills Curve Shows.” This is something to keep your eye on.~JJL In more “millennials are wrecking things” news, J.D. Power reports “48% of millennials with $100,000 in investable assets … say they ‘probably will’ or ‘definitely will’ leave their current firm and advisor, compared with just 8%…

Bitcoin Exchange Gets $100 Million Investment; VIX Options and Futures Set New Daily Volume Records John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Russell Suite Competition Ambiguity Raises Some Questions; Exclusive. Non-exclusive. Exclusive. CME. ICE. CME again. By John Lothian The story of the Russell Index futures complex licensing over the years is a study in ambiguity, changing strategies and partners. We know the CME Group 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 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…

Chicago’s Newest Trading Floor Will Be Staffed by Humans; NYSE on Track to Lose More ETF Listings; Big asset managers struggle to meet Mifid II deadline John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff BOX gets SEC approval for a trading floor, the CBOE picks the Winklevoss twins for bitcoin futures and earnings news from ICE and LSEG is among today’s top headlines. ICE and LSEG came out with earnings today. Check it out in Exchange News. ~JJL I like context. Morgan Housel has a blog – An Honest Business News Update – with a lovely reminder humanity is more than the sum of what gets the publicity. ~SD We have added a Hello Bar to the bottom of the MarketsWiki Education website] and to the…

They’re The World’s Fastest Traders. Why Aren’t They Thriving?; Vela agrees Object Trading acquisition; ICE Benchmark Administration to Become Administrator for the LBMA John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read On The Move: Vela Makes its second fintech acquisition in the last two months, acquiring Object Trading in addition to the OptionsCity deal that closed in June. Sarah Rudolph, John Lothian News Vela Trading Technologies has been on an acquisition binge since rebranding from its former incarnations as SR Labs and Wombat Financial Software – at least, if you can call two a binge. Less than a month after buying OptionsCity, the fintech company that provided electronic options and futures trading, Vela has announced it will acquire Object Trading, a global direct market access provider located in London….

Now Fed Officials Are Starting to Wonder If the VIX Is Too Low; Don’t Be Afraid of the Market’s Fearlessness; Brent bulls and bears play options tug-of-war Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity Top Videos 1. Donald Wilson, DRW Trading Group – Reminiscences (and Prognostications) of a Futures Operator 2. Blair Hull – Getting the Edge: Blackjack and the S&P 500 3. Haim Bodek, Decimus Capital Markets – A Flash Course on Market Structure 4. Peter Borish, The Quad Group – Trading Traps: Too Many to Count 5. Ray Cahnman, chairman, Transmarket Group – Me, Us & You: How Trading Works /goo.gl/hv8qXm ***** According to the number of plays on Youtube, here are the top videos from the MarketsWiki Education series through the years. The…

Frankfurt Emerges as Biggest Banking Winner After Brexit; State Street Exits Its Dark Pool, Selling BlockCross to Instinet; U.K.’s Euro Clearing Business at Risk as ECB Requests More Powers John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Making the Johannesburg Stock Exchange a Global Player JohnLothianNews.com “The JSE, for eight years in a row now, was rated number one, two or three in the world by the World Economic Forum for the quality of financial market regulation.” The Johannesburg Stock Exchange is in the process of adjusting much of its infrastructure. It already transitioned from T+5 settlement to T+3 settlement (with no failed trades thus far); the derivatives trading technology is being replatformed; Cinnober is supplying a new clearing system that will be live at the start of 2018; and London Stock Exchange Group’s MTS…

Stock Exchanges Squabble Over End-of-Day Auctions; Defining moment for investors looms as MSCI rules on China; Wind and solar expected to supply third of global power by 2040 John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Jim Kharouf Will be On Twitter Live on @JohnLothian at 11 AM CST Today We will be interviewing Jim Kharouf today on Twitter Live on my twitter handle, @johnlothian, about the FOW-JLN Trading Chicago event held in less than two weeks, on June 28th at Swissotel. We have a great lineup of panels and speakers. If you are from the trading side of our markets – CTAs, hedge funds, prop firms and asset managers are free at attend. For full conference information, click HERE. Attendance is filling up, so register now. I have not used Twitter live much….

One Place Volatility Hasn’t Gone Home to Die Is the Nasdaq 100; Bond volatility – all aboard the big dipper?; Pound Seen Losing the Most If U.K. Vote Delivers No Winner Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Cold as ICE: Sprecher asks UK, How much do you love me? Jim Kharouf – JLN 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 upcoming MiFID II rules in January, not to mention the ongoing questions about equivalent financial regulations after the UK and…