Briefing: Reservations persist on algorithmic trading

NEW YORK – While investment managers report continuing increases in the percentages of their order flows executed using algorithms, the issues of access, anonymity and market impact remain substantial sticking points in this area for some buy-side traders.

At the TradeTech USA 2006 conference held recently in New York, a panel of buy-side traders explained how they incorporate algorithms into their trading workflows, and also indicated challenges in handling algorithmic workflows through their

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