Breaking News

Tag Archives: market data

Nasdaq: Q&A with Oliver Albers – Data Is Revolutionizing Markets Americas,Blog,Exchanges, OTC & Clearing,Fintech,Interview,Investing & Trading,Mwiki,Tech / HFT

Three Changes to Enhance Fairness, Transparency and Competition Editors note: Nasdaq shared with John Lothian News an internally produced question and answer interview with Oliver Albers, SVP and Head of Strategic Partnerships for Nasdaq’s Global Information Services. Note from Nasdaq: Here at Nasdaq, we often say, “information is the lifeblood of markets.” That’s especially true in today’s digital era, and it’s not hyperbole. Market data is far more than simply a collection of buy and sell orders communicated on stock-trading platforms. It’s the collection and curation of billions of individual data points that are the essential fuel for the entire market in…

Exchanges on offensive in market data cost dispute; Bitcoin turns boring John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read POV: Are Publicly Traded Exchanges Sticking It To You? Jim Kharouf – JLN There is a recurring criticism of publicly traded exchanges – that they are not serving the needs of their customers, all to satisfy shareholders. Such was the essence of the argument by James Andrus, an investment manager from CalPERS, the California pension and investment giant. On a panel at the World Federation of Exchanges annual meeting last week in Athens, he said stock exchanges are bending to the desires of listed companies on their exchanges on proxy voting rule changes and other policy changes at…

POV: Are Publicly Traded Exchanges Sticking It To You? Blog,Feature,Regulation

There is a recurring criticism of publicly traded exchanges – that they are not serving the needs of their customers, all to satisfy shareholders. Such was the essence of the argument by James Andrus, an investment manager from CalPERS, the California pension and investment giant. On a panel at the World Federation of Exchanges annual meeting last week in Athens, he said stock exchanges are bending to the desires of listed companies on their exchanges on proxy voting rule changes and other policy changes at the expense of investor firms like his. And the motivation, he said, was that exchanges…

US judge scraps trial into CME Group’s defence of home market; Fed Reserve checking account? John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff Former Barron’s columnist Steve Sears has emerged as the chief market strategist for StratiFi Technologies. Eurex Clearing’s new partnership program, aimed at creating an EU-based clearing facility for interest rate swaps, cleared a record EUR1.7 trillion in March.~JK Cboe Global Markets’ FX volume rose 37 percent to $762.9 billion in April, up from $554 billion a year earlier. Year-to-date notional volume is up 41 percent.~JK Did you know Cboe has an office in Quito, Ecuador?~JK Joe Noviello, the former head of eSpeed, is now managing director of Dealerweb Technologies at Tradeweb, according to…

Fed plan threatens FCM capital jump; Shorting vol; Macquarie leapfrogs Goldman Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories Fed G-Sib plan threatens 50bp jump in FCM capital Louie Woodall – Risk.net A below-the-radar move to tweak the way the US Federal Reserve assesses systemic risk could force banks to raise billions of dollars in extra capital to support their client clearing businesses, critics claim. A rule change proposed by the Fed on August 24 would require banks to include all cleared derivatives transactions in its Banking Organization Systemic Risk Report, known as FR Y-15. The report is used to calculate the capital surcharge for the eight US global systemically important banks. The new reporting requirement would…

Traders test OPEC ‘whatever it takes’ resolve to defend oil price; The VIX is not a Fortune-Teller; ‘Vol’-Apalooza: A Handy Reference Guide To Low Volatility Regimes Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Are You Registered? If you haven’t registered for our Trading Chicago event, a joint effort between John Lothian News and FOW, now is the time. The one-day event is set for June 28th at the Swissotel in Chicago. You can register HERE and see the agenda for the conference. The program is packed with great topics and speakers. We’ll be leading off with a keynote from Craig Pirrong from the University of Houston and a debate over Dodd-Frank between Leslie Sutphen and Gary DeWaal. Other panels cover trading derivatives in the age of populism, trading fixed income,…

So You Want Data? Julie Armstrong Menacho Says CME Is Transforming Data Feature,Video,video

Every exchange is looking at new ways to store, package and provide data to end users. CME’s Julie Armstrong Menacho said the exchange is creating platforms for the next generation of data. Speaking at Barchart’s FinTech Exchange Chicago conference in April, Armstrong Menacho outlined CME’s Technology Partner Services Directory, which provides a host of certified vendors from ISV’s, market data providers and risk management platforms. The new platform has more than 80 partners and plans to list around 200 by year end. The exchange has also been migrating its historical data into the cloud for about two years and now…

JLN Exchange Leader Series 2017: Jeff Sprecher Says ICE Ready To Roll Out Data and Analytics To Meet The Demand For More Info Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

The Intercontinental Exchange underwent some dramatic changes in 2016. With the purchase of Interactive Data at the end of 2015, ICE spent last year integrating that company along with several others, giving the exchange a major footprint in the data, analytics and research space. ICE Chairman and CEO Jeff Sprecher sat down with JLN at the FIA Boca 2017 Conference to speak about that push as well as what’s next for the exchange. “We spent a lot of our time integrating our data acquisitions, which were new to us, and finalizing the infrastructure that we have been building out for…

Credit Suisse Probe Opens Old Wounds; Trump Wants a Pro-Business SEC. That Has Some Investors Worried; Goldman warns Federal Reserve over commodity trading rules fallout John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Bits & Pieces By John J. Lothian William “Bill” Hagerty, Jr., former Chairman of the Chicago Board of Trade and one of the industry’s great gentlemen, has passed away at the age of 87. Bill was the head of what was once the longest tenured member firm of the CBOT, Hagerty Grain, and was a customer of mine when I was a broker. From that relationship I had the opportunity to get to know Bill and came to respect him greatly. When I ran for the NFA Board of Directors back in the early 2000s as an Introducing…