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Basel III sparks trader retreat from listed derivatives John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read AI is changing this industry. Now what? Jim Kharouf – JLN I spent last week listening to experts in artificial intelligence talk about what AI can and will bring to the markets and the broader world. What is patently clear is that AI is here now and is only going to expand. As Jay Biondo, product manager, surveillance at Trading Technologies told me, it’s everywhere already – from Amazon’s Echo (usually called Alexa) to Netflix’s suggested picks. It’s part of Charles Schwab’s brokerage service which will allow its brokers to service thousands instead of hundreds of customers, according…

OCC Rebranding; Accidental HFT Firm; VIX Curve; Trade Tensions Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says investment restrictions will apply to ‘all countries that are trying to steal our technology’ Evelyn Cheng – CNBC Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday that a forthcoming statement from the government related to reports of investment restrictions will apply to China and other countries that threaten U.S. intellectual property rights on technology. /cnb.cx/2InYKRn ****SD: I thought Mnuchin was supposed to be the moderating influence with Cohn gone? ++++ The Accidental HFT Firm Matt Hurd – TABB Forum To many, high-frequency trading remains a mystery. According to Matt Hurd, it is simply the law…

Shortwave trading; Robinhood’s $2b a day options biz; Mammoth bond wager Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight A little-known business at Robinhood has exploded, and now it’s launching a service to go after the most serious traders Frank Chaparro – Business Insider Prime (SUBSCRIPTION) Robinhood’s options-trading business is exploding, according to Chris O’Neil, a product manager at the California broker. Now the firm, which says it has seen $2 billion in options-trading volumes since launch, is upping the ante with the rollout of multileg options. The move shows the company is seriously going after the business of more experienced traders, says Devin Ryan, an analyst at JMP Securities /goo.gl/C2CX83 ****SD: First of all, not…

No rejoicing yet over Volcker ; Options liquidity concerns Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Vela’s Plans Post-Acquisitions JohnLothianNews.com In this video from the 36th annual Options Industry Conference (OIC) in Amelia Island, Fla., Vela CEO Jennifer Nayar talks about where the company sees opportunity after its acquisition of OptionsCity and Object Trading in the summer of 2017. Watch the video here » ****SD: Other Vela news this week – Alexandria McGrath of Vela recognized as a Rising Star; CEO Jen Nayar also named Woman of the Year by Markets Media Lead Stories Why Wall Street Traders Aren’t Rejoicing (Yet) Over Volcker Rule Yalman Onaran – Bloomberg Wall Street has long derided…

Italian market chaos; Vix-mageddon revisited Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight The Spread – Week of 5/21 to 5/25 JohnLothianNews.com Reviews of “The Spread” are in! “You look better in blue.” – Host’s mom “I guess I like it – I just don’t understand what you’re talking about.” – Old college friend “I prefer the book.” – Random millennial “It’s better than most other stuff.” – Biased observer Watch the video and see the stories referenced here » ++++++ Markets Convulse as Italy Is Seen on Course for New Elections Anooja Debnath, Chiara Remondini and Stephen Spratt – Bloomberg Sovereign bonds, stocks decline after erasing opening rallies; President…

The Spread – Week of 5/14 to 5/18 Video,video

Mexico, Italy, India, Ireland – we’re all over the world in today’s edition of The Spread. Also in this video, Spencer tries to speak Irish Gaelic. The following are stories referenced in this week’s episode: Bloomberg -> Pope’s Beef With CDS Market Is a Beef With All Markets Holy See Press Office – > “‘Oeconomicae et pecuniariae quaestiones’. Considerations for an ethical discernment regarding some aspects of the present economic-financial system” Times of India ->NSE derivatives access to US clients enabled Reuters -> Thomson Reuters to move forex derivatives to Dublin due to Brexit Bloomberg -> Strategist Who Named ‘50…

NSE derivatives accessible to US clients; Shanghai copper options; Fresh vol bets Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Michael Lewis’ Wall Street Movie ‘Flash Boys’ Heads to Netflix Dave McNary – Variety Netflix has acquired movie rights Michael Lewis’ real-life financial drama “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt” — a project that had been in development at Sony Pictures in 2014. bit.ly/2rTNoOS *****SD: Tagline – “Based on a book that made market makers start calling themselves electronic liquidity providers.” Lead Stories NSE derivatives access to US clients enabled Times of India The National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) on Friday said it has become the first Indian stock exchange to be part-30 exempted by the…

How a volatility virus infected Wall Street Newsletter,Options

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Lead Stories How a volatility virus infected Wall Street; The collapse of a few small funds in February helped fuel a terrifying stock-market slide. Why? Robin Wigglesworth – Financial Times Music teacher Chris Pomrink was driving between two lessons outside Philadelphia, when a friend called with some distressing news: “Hey Chris, XIV is in trouble.” Pomrink, 30, checked his trading account. It was February 2 and XIV — an arcane, fiendishly complex financial security that he had sunk $2,500 into earlier that week — had indeed taken a beating. The “exchange-traded note”, or ETN, which allowed traders to bet on…

Senate votes to confirm slate of three CFTC commissioners; Bats fires up debate over NYSE and Nasdaq closing auctions; LSE’s New Brexit Plan to Protect London Financial-Hub Status John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff The U.S. Senate has unanimously confirmed Chris Giancarlo as Chairman, Quintenz and Behnam as Commissioners.~JJL The latest in Asia Pacific Financial News from John Lothian News for August 3, 2017 is available here Trade Alert President Henry Schwartz‘s talk is today’s video from MarketsWiki Education. The other videos we have released so far are Everyone Can’t Be the Best from former NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer, The Concept of Basis from Gregg Doud, president of the Commodity Markets Council, and The State of Today’s Markets: Issues and Opportunities from Tabb Group founder…