Breaking News

Tag Archives: WSJ

Asian Financial News from John Lothian News – July 25, 2017 Asia/Pacific,Blog,Exchanges, OTC & Clearing,Fintech,Investing & Trading,Regions,Regulation,Tech / HFT

Lead Stories HNA unveils New York-based charity as controlling shareholder; Acquisitive Chinese investor’s surprise revelation as lenders turn off taps JOYCE HO, Nikkei Acquisitive Chinese outbound investor HNA Group has openly disclosed its shareholding structure for the first time amid rising concerns that Beijing’s deleveraging campaign might choke lending to the company which has largely fueled its expansion through debts and collateralization. Column: Time to OK Chinese investors’ controversial Chicago Stock Exchange deal Robert Reed – Chicago Tribune The time has come for federal regulators to approve a small but highly controversial local business deal — the purchase of…

PRESS RELEASE: FIA Principal Traders Group Responds to WSJ Article Alleging “Loophole” at CME Blog,Tech / HFT

PRESS RELEASE: FIA Principal Traders Group Responds to Wall Street Journal Article Alleging “Loophole” at CME:  Washington, D.C.—May 1, 2013—The Futures Industry Association Principal Traders Group issued the following response to an article in today’s Wall Street Journal alleging that high-frequency traders are taking advantage of a “loophole” in the CME Group’s market data systems.  “We were surprised and disappointed at the misleading article published today by the Wall Street Journal. The article has taken an inherent feature of all markets out of context, grossly distorted its significance, and created a false impression that the CME’s markets are fundamentally unfair….