Here Today, Here Tomorrow


As politicians in the US and Europe look to quell populist dissatisfaction with the state of their economies, high-frequency trading (HFT) has been made out to be something of a scapegoat. Yet, while there are still issues that need to be addressed with regard to dark pools, and the regulation of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives and naked access, high-frequency trading is here to stay in one form or another.

"High-frequency trading is an evolution and to me, there is not much that can stop it

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