Fixes for Algo Trading Glitches Come from Within

Holly Miller, Stone House Consulting

Firms concerned about preventing trading algorithm problems like the one that Deutsche Bank experienced on the Osaka Stock Exchange (OSE) in June, which this week brought the bank an admonition from the exchange operator, will have to look internally, says an industry observer.

According to reports, Deutsche Bank's proprietary trading unit in Japan placed erroneous sell orders for $182 billion worth of Nikkei 225 futures contracts. A bank representative said the mistaken orders were generated by

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