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CME fee rises vex trading industry; Decline of OTC derivatives trading; VIX research Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Cboe chief on Jamie Dimon: He’s welcome to try shorting bitcoin Jeff Cox – CNBC If JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon wants to bet against bitcoin, the head of Cboe Global Markets is only too happy to give him the venue to place his wager. jlne.ws/2BLJ3l7 ****SD: Jamie Dimon probably regrets expressing an opinion on BTC. He thought he’d throw a punch, not realizing he’d become the bag. +++++ Cboe Throws Launch Date Punch at Crosstown Rival CME Spencer Doar – JLN Aren’t people supposed be getting into holiday mode? Isn’t December supposed to be slow, with…

‘We may be stupid’ for waiting on bitcoin futures, NYSE owner says; New York Stock Exchange owner ICE holds back on crypto-futures; CME fee rises vex struggling high-speed trading industry John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes Tom Farley is just having too much fun as CEO of NYSE. He is making the most of the NYSE media platform. Yesterday he was hanging out with George Springer of the Houston Astros, the World Series MVP, on the floor of the NYSE with the World Series trophy.~JJL Net Neutrality Update: This all happened around Thanksgiving, but it is worth sharing that Comcast, which had promised not to block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content, deleted that pledge the same day the FCC announced it would repeal net neutrality. A tweet @loresjoberg posted regarding…

US brokers secure SEC relief to comply with Mifid research rules; Startup Exchange Cleared to Take on NYSE, Nasdaq for Stock Listings John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Cinnober has introduced subsidiary Minium to provide real-time post-trade technology and services to international investment banks. ~JJL FIA Global’s Simon Puleston Jones addressed the House of Lords EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee on the potential impacts of Brexit on the cleared derivatives industry. ~JJL Apologies – there was a problem with the link in yesterday’s Hits & Takes to the commentary by Jim Greco of TradingPlaces about Virtu and Bondpoint. Here is a new link, which has been double-tested for connectivity. Also, we have created a page for BondPoint on MarketsWiki. ~SR NFA:…

Cohn Says Clearinghouses Could Create New Systemic Problem; EU and US agree to accept each other’s derivatives rules John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes Jenny Knott stepped down as CEO of NEX Optimisation. FIA is hiring two people for its communications department: a director of communications working with senior management to develop, implement and coordinate our overall press and public relations strategy and thought leadership; and a director of editorial services managing member and industry communications, the production of editorial content and the delivery of that content to multiple audiences across multiple channels. More information is available HERE.~JJL Registration is now open for CMC’s annual State of the Industry Conference in Miami Beach — January 28-30, 2018~JJL Asia Pacific…

Credit derivatives market woes deepen after ICE exit; Central bankers face a crisis of confidence… John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read We All Love Data: Barchart’s Latest Move Continues The Trend Of Firms Pushing Further Into The Data Space Jim Kharouf, JLN It’s all in the data. Yesterday’s announcement from Barchart about its new commodities data offering, called cmdty, is part of the drumbeat of new products and services that are designed to bring something new to the market participants they serve. jlne.ws/2yhzdYS ++++ Hits & Takes By JLN Staff The Boy Scouts of America announced yesterday they are opening the doors to girls to join Cub Scouts starting next year and older girls to join Boy Scouts in…

Global debt understated by $13 trillion – BIS; Exchanges concerned about CAT hacking risk John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes Leslie Rosenthal, former CBOT Chairman and co-founder of RCG, has passed away. Details are below. Our condolences to the family, friends and associates of this great man on his passing. ~JJL If you would care to share a reflection on Les Rosenthal’s life and contributions to the futures industry, please email me at mailto:johnlothian@johnlothian.com.~JJL Reflections on the life of Robert Wilmouth can be found HERE. We still welcome contributions of reflections for Mr. Wilmouth as well.~JJL Over the last three weeks, the September-December E-mini Russell 2000 calendar spread traded 1 million times. Current open interest…

Choose an Industry with a Future – Richard Rosenblatt Feature,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,video

“When your crystal ball gets foggy, your two greatest assets will be your humility and your flexibility.” In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s World of Opportunity event in New York, Richard Rosenblatt, CEO of Rosenblatt Securities, explains how to choose a career that has a solid future. Rosenblatt considers himself an institutional execution expert, but when the market crashed in ‘87, he had to get creative. At the end of the day, you have to follow your smile and do what you enjoy. The person that loves what they do will win every time.

NYSE Wants Delay on End-of-Day Co. Announcements; T+2 Settlement; Banks join forces to create digital currency John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes Today’s featured speaker from the MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in Chicago is Michael Patak of TopstepTrader.~JJL The very last page of Deutsche Boerse‘s 425th anniversary pamphlet covering its chronology from 1585-2010 simply says “Part 2 of this booklet will be published in the year 2435.” Who says the Germans don’t have a sense of humor? ~SD Did you know that Megan Morgan of Eurex created a charity named “One Refugee Child” to help give out strollers to refugees on their migration?~JJL If you would like to see a man hold a Starbucks coffee…

BOXing: Let the Bodies Hit the (Options) Floor Feature,Options

Golly, there’s been a ton of action in options markets lately. First, the surge of crypto news. Last week, MIAX’s investment in LedgerX received airtime as LedgerX was approved as a derivatives clearing organization (DCO), paving the way for bitcoin options. Then CBOE got into the fray with its announcement yesterday that it has partnered with Gemini, the cryptocurrency endeavor backed by the Winklevoss twins, to use its market data to create bitcoin futures. (I expressed my skepticism of the timeline laid out by CBOE yesterday, as they mentioned a possible Q4 launch or early 2018. I am dubious of…