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New CyrusOne Colo Service; VIX lawsuit; Saudi options due after futures launch JLN Options Newsletter,Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight August 2018 Options Exchange Marketshare via OCC ++++ Wednesday Bits Spencer Doar – JLN Market participants have until September 14 to comment on a Nasdaq proposal “to codify the definitions of the current protocols that Participants can use to enter quotes and orders on the Exchange and introduce a new protocol.” If you’re not a market maker, consider yourself excused from reading that. Pretty much the protocol formerly known as “OTTO” is going to be “QUO.” And the old “OTTO” is going to replaced by a new, revamped “OTTO.” Got that? Cboe is continuing its rebranding efforts,…

Nasdaq admits closing auction blunders; Cboe telling market makers it’s close to ether futures launch John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff The World Federation of Exchanges’ monthly publication, Focus, is out. In it are comments from the OCC’s Craig Donohue about its new initiatives, a Q&A with ASX’s Dominic Stevens, an interview with the LME’s Kate Eged and more.~SD B3’s Mini Dollar Futures Contract hit a record volume Thursday with 1,770,971 contracts, topping the previous record of 1,673,987 on June 7, 2018.~JK Renato Mariotti, joined by WGN Radio’s Patti Vasquez, debuted a news podcast called “On Topic” this week. He is also the featured MarketsWiki Education video today. See below. ~SD DRW is looking…

The Markets Will Stop a Trade War; Nasdaq’s Crypto Policing Meeting; Forest Fires John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff We have three changes for the upcoming MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in Chicago. Renato Mariotti was called to Atlanta by CNN on Monday, so he will not be speaking on Thursday, August 2. We have moved Bill Weldon from Tuesday to Monday to fill Renato’s space and moved Jessica Darmoni from Thursday to Tuesday to fill Bill’s vacated spot. There is always some last minute change. ~JJL Priceonomics posted a blog about which companies in the S&P 500 generated the most revenue per employee (RPE) in 2017. 13 of the top…

New Cboe VIX case; Market maker tech spend; Virtu in Japan Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight 10 Years of PHLX @ Nasdaq Spencer Doar – JLN The oldest stock exchange in the United States hit another milestone – the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) celebrated its 10-year anniversary as a part of the Nasdaq family on July 24. While the ’07-’08 timeframe is best remembered in financial circles as the time of “bailout this” and “subprime that,” it was a transformational period for non-crisis reasons at Nasdaq. Nasdaq purchased PHLX – founded in 1790 as a venue for bond trading – for $652 million in 2008. At the time PHLX was the third largest…

10 Years of PHLX @ Nasdaq Blog,Commentary,Options

The oldest stock exchange in the United States hit another milestone – the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) celebrated its 10-year anniversary as a part of the Nasdaq family on July 24. While the ‘07-’08 timeframe is best remembered in financial circles as the time of “bailout this” and “subprime that,” it was a transformational period for non-crisis reasons at Nasdaq. Nasdaq purchased PHLX – founded in 1790 as a venue for bond trading – for $652 million in 2008. At the time PHLX was the third largest options exchange, with some 20 percent market share, behind ISE and CBOE. Nasdaq…

Nasdaq to Provide Clearing Technology to SIX for Clearing Overhaul John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

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First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff The JLN team is home after a successful day two of MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity in New York at Nasdaq yesterday. We had 12 speakers who knocked it out of the park. Thank you to Nasdaq for hosting day two and for all our sponsors and speakers. Thank you too to the hard working JLN staff. The videos will start rolling out in the coming days and weeks.~JJL During the merit badge workshop on Tuesday at Nasdaq, Robby Lothian had to give an impromptu two minute speech as part of the badge….

Nasdaq Launches Treasury Futures Product; Cboe Europe, TP ICAP to open EU bases John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read NFX Basis Point Value Contracts; One quarter hubris, three quarters details John Lothian – JLN The hubris is mine, not Nasdaq’s. Over 20 years ago I came up with the idea for an innovative new futures contract that would improve hedging and engage speculators in new ways in fixed income trading. The idea was basis point value futures. Today, Nasdaq announced just that: a new U.S. Treasury futures product that builds on their cash Treasury market and allows customers to use “the dollar value of one basis point” to more accurately hedge a portfolio of cash Treasurys. The…

Jump Moving to Amsterdam; Trade Deadline Bets; Arbitrage Is No Fun Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Miscellany for Wednesday SD John is at the Crypto Evolved conference in New York currently. According to social media coverage of the event, Coinbase is building a low latency matching engine in Chicago. In case you missed it, Jim Kharouf had a great piece about Coinbase last week. In a stunner, Germany lost to South Korea in the World Cup this morning and was eliminated from the competition. It is the first time in living memory the winner of the previous tourney has been eliminated in the first round of play. Apparently that flies in the face…

JPM’s $65m ISDAFIX fine; EU HFT rules; Blockchain for margin and collateral? John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff The MontrÈal Exchange announced new futures on exchange-traded funds (ETF) and trust units are now available.~JJL The European Banking Authority released its 2017 annual report. A few of the key areas earmarked for extra focus in 2018 are: preparation for Basel III implementation, improving credit risk modelling, developing a common framework for non-performing loans, and third-country equivalence.~SD According to a recent study from FTSE Russell, “the green economy represents 6 percent of the market capitalization of global listed companies, approximately US$4 trillion.” That’s roughly the same as fossil fuels. ~SD Bank of Canada…