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Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Today in Event Processing

Posted by The Progress Guys

In “Cracking the High Frequency Trading Nut”, Richard Bentley discusses the effectiveness of the new guidelines from the European Securities and Markets Authority.  He compares the guidelines to a sledgehammer, questioning if such extreme measures are necessary to regulate HFT.  Would a more precise approach, which targets specific issues with HFT and offers real-time surveillance, better regulate automated trading? Find out in yesterday’s post



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