ICE’s Jeff Sprecher thinks there are a lot of dumb things going on in stock trading, and figures that the acquisition of NYSE Euronext might be a way to advocate straightening some of it out. Nasdaq and BNY Mellon set up to debut options trading on US Treasuries. Commodity brokers in Europe launch a set of natural gas price benchmarks based on actual trading rather than market estimates.
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CBOE holds its own in 2012by Sarah Rudolph William Brodsky has chosen an auspicious time to step down from his role as the Chicago Board Options Exchange’s CEO and become executive chairman of the board. The CBOE has seen steady growth in trading volumes from 2000-2011; average daily volume was down seven percent in 2012, but that was after the exchange hit a record high in 2011, and the 2012 number was an increase over 2010. “We had a good year in what was a relatively bad year for the financial industry,” Brodsky told a group of reporters at a…
The latest news on the MF Global bankruptcy and fallout, published in the John Lothian Newsletter (subscribe here) the morning of December 8, 2011. In the wake of the MF Global bankruptcy, John Lothian Newsletter has created a special section on JohnLothianNewsletter.com devoted to news, information and commentary. The section features archived news stories featured in the John Lothian Newsletter, analysis and breaking news. Check regularly for updates. See the MF Global news section here.