Dancing in the Air


Recent developments underscore this trend. In the hot options space, where volumes are growing 30 percent annually, consolidation progressed from talk to action, but with less than rave reviews and a dash of uncertainty. Hedge fund Atticus Capital vehemently protested that the Deutsche Börse's $2.8 billion purchase of the International Securities Exchange (ISE) was not in the best interest of DB shareholders, of which the fund is one of the largest. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) mulled over

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