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Index Providers Rule the World; Unknown traders gain influence in commodities; Beijing is Making Its Most Serious Effort Yet to Tackle Its Financial-System Issues John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes The Canadian Annual Derivatives Conference is November 27-29 in Quebec City. Blythe Masters will be a keynote speaker.~JJL Seismic Foundry website is now live.~JJL OPEC’s next meeting is this Thursday. Bantix Technologies, the provider of the Quikstrike options analytics suite, has a blog laying out everything you need to know about the upcoming meeting.~SD Ever wonder when charts became such a standard part of news presentation? Priceonomics has a blog covering the origins of charts and graphs. Scottish political economist William Playfair is credited with creating the modern statistical chart in the late 1700s.~SD Nasdaq…

Gold Plunges as 1.8 Million Ounces Traded in a New York Minute; Virtu prepares for Mifid shake-up with Instinet equities deal; Ethereum’s Flash Crash Shows Hazards of Trading Cryptocurrencies John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Bits & Pieces By John J. Lothian Today, John J. Lothian & Company and some staff members are offering the Journalism and Communications merit badges as part of the Trading Tech 300 Boy Scout program. Sarah Rudolph, Jeff Bergstrom and I, along with return intern and Eagle Scout Jonathan Lenchard Warren, will be teaching the badges. We have a group of 24 scouts and are using the Glenstar conference rooms on the second floor of the CBOT Building to accommodate the group. It has been ten years since the introduction of the iphone. That new product had a…

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 “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…

John Lothian Newsletter: NYSE Liffe reclassifies trading positions; Nasdaq Details Plan To Strike Back At ‘Dark’ Trading; Instinet co-chief to leave amid shake-up John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

NYSE Liffe shuffles the data in its Commitment of Trader reports, and ruffles feathers in the process. Nasdaq OMX unveils plans for new stock services designed to take business away from dark pools. Management changes at Instinet see the departure of the company’s co-head. JPMorgan is caught with both hands on the risk bottle, as it reports super-sized, 2008-esque risk-related losses. And in the top box today (with fewer hyphens), Christine Nielsen of JLN Interest Rates provides an interview with Paul MacGregor of NYSE Liffe, who discusses the outlook for the interest rates sector, and new products at the exchange.