UBS survey finds majority of US investors see the presidential election as ‘game-changing’.
Secretary Lew praises Wall Street reform for strengthening bank balance sheets, and pulling derivatives “out of the shadows”.
US trade association says the FSOC has no basis for financial stability concerns over liquidity management.
SIFMA has questioned the justification for broker-dealers bearing financial burden of CAT NMS plans in the US.
Equities trading volumes soared on day of Brexit result, as June volumes climb to highest number in 5 years.
The SEC has proposed new disclosure rules to provide investors with more transparency and to monitor routing decisions.
Study reveals shift towards algorithmic and smart order routing trading, amongst larger institutions in the US.
Following a large investment, OpenDoor Trading are set to launch the first women-owned bond trading platform.
Bats set to launch a policing programme for equities and options in the US to “enrich” its surveillance capabilities.
A fourth Rabobank trader has pleaded guilty in a US court this week for his role in Libor rate manipulation – sentencing expected in November.