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The Kooky News for Friday the 13th Blog,Commentary,Options

Befitting the day, there are indeed some weird happenings in our markets. First, recall the release yesterday – TradingScreen Majority Shareholders Initiate Criminal Legal Action Against Giampiero Grandi, Board Chairman, For Misappropriation Of Corporate Assets. TradingScreen responded to that release with a statement, saying the allegations made were: “false, baseless, and meritless, and has been propagated by the company’s disgruntled former CEO [Philippe Buhannic], who was fired by the Board for cause last year after intentionally hitting an employee in front of numerous witnesses and attempting to cover it up, as well as for other corporate malfeasance. This individual neither…

Push for MiFID II Delay; Libor settlement; Bond volatility Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight The Kooky News for Friday the 13th Spencer Doar – JLN Befitting the day, there are indeed some weird happenings in our markets. First, recall the release in Observations yesterday – TradingScreen Majority Shareholders Initiate Criminal Legal Action Against Giampiero Grandi, Board Chairman, For Misappropriation Of Corporate Assets. TradingScreen responded to that release with a statement, saying the allegations made were: “false, baseless, and meritless, and has been propagated by the company’s disgruntled former CEO [Philippe Buhannic], who was fired by the Board for cause last year after intentionally hitting an employee in front of numerous witnesses…

TradingScreen rejects claims by shareholder group; Citigroup, Deutsche, HSBC Agree to Settlement John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Care to guess what the best performing financial asset of 2017 has been? According to Macquarie as cited in this Financial Times story, it’s the metal cobalt. Cobalt is up some 80 percent this year on the back of increased demand for electric vehicles.~SD Crain’s put out a list showing which companies won the most patents in Chicago in 2016. Trading Technologies is on there with nine. Tops by a longshot is Boeing with 1,045 (second and third go to Honeywell and Caterpillar, respectively). It’s all part of the Crain’s “Chicago’s Most…

“Unwarranted” G-SIB reqs; Scared of the CAT; Vol comeback welcome Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight   Bitcoin rockets above $5,000 to all-time high Jemima Kelly – Reuters Bitcoin smashed through the $5,000 barrier for the first time on Thursday, jumping as much as 8 percent on the day as investors shrugged off the latest warnings on the risks of buying into the booming cryptocurrency market. jlne.ws/2yjA2jC ****SD: There will be plenty of crypto talk at FIA Expo next week, especially as exchanges progress with their nascent endeavors to launch crypto products. However, I still am not certain what percentage of people who talk about digital currencies/blockchain actually know what the heck makes…

John Lothian Newsletter: Chicago jury convicts trader in widely watched ‘spoofing’ case; Probe Widens Into Treasury Debt Auctions; Everything in the market is more dangerous than it used to be Newsletter,Regulation

First Read ++++ FIA Expo 2015 is underway! Doug Ashburn – JLN The derivatives world has once again descended upon Chicago for the 31st Annual FIA Expo. As you can see from the above photo (taken last night at SunGard’s afterparty at Moe’s Cantina), we can expect a full house. The three-day event, November 3-5, will be held once again at the Hilton Chicago, 720 S. Michigan Ave. Today’s highlights include the ever-popular exchange leaders panel, a keynote luncheon featuring bestselling author and innovative thinker Steven Johnson, and a dozen panels covering global regulation, commodities, technology and more. Be sure…

TradingScreen CEO Philippe Buhannic on Dodd-Frank and the Futurization of Swaps Financials,Interview,Regulation,Video

Philippe Buhannic

Philippe Buhannic, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of TradingScreen has had his feet firmly planted at the executive level in the financial industry for many years now, including in positions as a managing director at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) and as chairman and CEO of Fimat Futures USA Inc. He recently talked with JLN Managing Editor Christine Nielsen about the current environment and outlook for the industry, including an anticipation for the futurization of swaps, a topic which has garnered a good deal of attention recently as Dodd-Frank regulation starts to take hold and new ways of doing business must…