The Tradetech Daily

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 1 – Advance edition

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 1: Advance edition

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 1: Advance edition

In this issue:

A perfect 10?
Buy-side dealing desks have been transformed since the first TradeTech 

Getting to the heart of darkness
Undermined price formation is not the real issue 

Blink and you’ll miss it
Impact of high-speed strategies on liquidity still unclear for buy-side  

Best execution lost in the flow
Traders left to struggle with the opacity of OTC trades 

Reasons to be cheerful
In an exclusive interview with The TRADETech Daily, Jim O’Neill, chief economist, Goldman Sachs, explains why the global economic outlook is positive, despite continuing challenges for developed countries 

Buy-side demands quality assurance
As European market activity begins to recover, sell-side firms will be under pressure to prove their worth 

Global regulation a balancing act
How close are global markets to joining up the regulatory dots? 

What is to be done?
Regulators are at a disadvantage in getting to grips with market behaviour, argues guest speaker Lawrence G. McDonald 

Goldman Sachs enhances closing auction algo
New tool to handle orders too big for the close 

ASX to showcase new equity platforms
Three trading systems in pipeline from Australian bourse 

Fidessa upgrades Omgeo CTM interface for OEMS
Vendor improves buy-side access to trade matching service 

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Other 2010 editions:

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 2 - Focus day
The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 3
The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 4 - Final day & highlights