Jo struggles to see how the SEC could approve fee proposals for exchange market data fees.
Following IEX’s decision to begin charging nominal fees for its market data, Memx is the last one standing not yet charging for data. Max asks whether it will follow suit, or whether any exchange will be brave enough to take a stance on unpopular data…
Aspirant ‘competing consolidators’ were hoping for a lot more leeway than they got in an important fee filing, Jo says. By Jo Wright
For years, brokers have offered suites of algorithms, each geared toward a certain strategy and outcome. Now, firms are compressing these into multifaceted algorithms that can switch between different strategies or markets in response to trading…
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Linda Huber (pictured), who joins FactSet as chief financial officer.
Founded with the principles of “transparency and academic rigor,” some say Proof’s model and technical approach is a test case for a new generation of cloud-native broker startups.
The Investors Exchange is now looking to propose a second new order type for NBBO non-mid liquidity.
Industry insiders warn that the regulator’s attempts to modernize equities data by redefining trading lots will fall short of the mark if odd lot orders remain unprotected.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Carlo Di Florio (pictured), who joins ACA.
IEX keeps its data fee-free, but announces charges for costly and inefficient "logical ports."
Kate Gunning and Andrea Ledford will be based in New York.
Kara Stein joins from the SEC, where she served since 2013.
IEX’s John Ramsay joins to talk about the SEC’s proposed Transaction Fee Pilot and why he thinks it should move forward.
Nasdaq's lawsuit alleges infringement of a number of patents covering its trading process and certain data elements by IEX.
Recent appointments at the US Securities and Exchange Commission have led some firms to believe regulators and policymakers will finally start to address what they believe to be opaque pricing structures for market data at exchanges. Joanne Faulkner…
Exchanges that objected to IEX becoming an exchange are now planning to introduce their own IEX-style "speed bumps."
Max summarizes the highlights of the May issue of Inside Data Management.
Three exchanges have filed with the SEC regarding implementing either a delay mechanism or order types similar to what IEX operates, following its approval as a national exchange less than a year ago.
Latest enhancement increases tool’s ability to predict price changes in market to approximately 26 percent.
John Ramsay, IEX's chief market policy officer, speaks to WatersTechnology about the issues the exchange sees with NYSE’s plan for implementing a speed bump at NYSE MKT.
Exegy advances its data vendor aspirations by adding an "essential" component to the creation of a consolidated US National Best Bid and Offer.
The API includes top order book quotes, trading volume information, and other metrics.
Exchange previously known as NYSE MKT will implement feature it once fought against.
The Commission extends its deadline for a decision to December 21.