Flying by Wire


Financial markets are increasingly dynamic, fragmented and automated. Sophisticated financial instruments, innovative pricing models, new pools of liquidity and adaptive trading algorithms seem to be invented on a daily basis. Advancements in processing speeds and distributed architectures drive the markets toward low-latency trading. The automated trading engines that buy- and sell-side firms deploy have therefore become correspondingly complex. Yet many of these systems are not well

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