The European regulator cited blackouts at Euronext, the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Australian Securities Exchange in its report.
The EU watchdog will not renew the short selling reporting changes which are due to expire on 19 March, following an extension in December last year.
Analysis from the UK’s regulator has said that dark trading, which the EU has restricted under MiFID II rules, can reduce costs for investors.
An analysis from the EU regulator revealed that the LIS waiver was most commonly used, with ETFs accounting for around 64% of the turnover executed under the waiver.
Following a beta launch last year, Pragma said that the deep-learning algorithms had improved execution quality by 33%.
Following the UK’s exit from the EU ESMA has retracted the registrations of six credit rating agencies and four trade repositories.
The temporary changes made by the UK watchdog were an attempt to prevent the catastrophic disruption of the $50 trillion derivatives market.
The EU regulator said that a total of €88 million in fines relating to 339 actions under the market abuse regulation were imposed in 2019, up from €10 million in 2018.
The consultation paper seeks industry feedback on the market impact of requirements relating to algorithmic trading under the MiFID II regulations.
The majority of industry bodies and market participants will most likely focus their feedback on the settlement penalties and the buy-in components of CSDR.