First Read LaSalle Street Trading Tech Awards Event Reaches New Heights By John J. Lothian The LaSalle Street Trading Tech Awards event was a success last night with over 130 people in attendance to see six scouts honored with the Harlan Ten Pas Award and seven firms honored for participating in the Trading Tech 300 program in the last year. It was a successful networking event as people mixed and share stories of Scouting and the industry and talked about how to move the Trading Tech 300 program to the next level. With interest in the program from outside the…
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John Lothian Newsletter: Deutsche Boerse CEO Says Asian Expansion as Top Priority; Scoach joint venture to be terminated; LSE’s Orb shines as retail investors flock to bonds John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter
The CEO of Deutsche Boerse starts an opportunity committee focused on ways to increase its presence in Asia. Swiss exchange operator SIX and Deutsche Boerse break off their joint operation of Frankfurt-based Scoach. The London Stock Exchange’s bond trading platform ORB does increasing business in an environment of hesitant business lending. In today’s First Read, follow the link to the final installment of JLN’s Restoring Customer Confidence series; and see who’s just signed on as a new John Lothian News sponsor.
John Lothian Newsletter: Banks Raise Fresh Challenges To Exchanges’ Legal Safeguards; Despite Gains, Many Flee Stock Market; Emkay Global’s Bad Orders Trigger Brief Halt On Nifty John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter
Banks are calling out exchanges on legal protections that they say should be rewritten to more closely match the rules for other participants. The stock market may be rallying, but investors are pulling out large chunks of money and looking for other financial playgrounds. India’s NSE had its own “flash crash” today, as incorrect orders from a trader caused a brief two-digit drop in the value of the Nifty index. In today’s First Read, be sure to catch the final installment of the John Lothian Profiles series featuring Tom Cashman.