The Spread – Wild West – 3/8

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

A judge’s comparison of FX options trading to the Wild West, MIAX’s news-making tear, and a little bit of Simon and Garfunkel awaits viewers of this week’s episode of “The Spread.”

The following are stories referenced in this week’s episode:
Bloomberg via Yahoo -> JPMorgan Pulls Crop Brokers From Chicago Options Trading Floor
WSJ -> Upstart Exchange Looks to Profit From Wall Street Fear
MIAX -> MIAX Emerald Successfully Launches Trading Operations
WSJ -> As Stock Exchanges Multiply, Miami Wants In on the Game
Global Investor Group -> MIAX to Launch SPIKES Futures
Bloomberg -> Barclays Trader Beats U.S. Prosecution of Front-Running Charges
France24 -> German market puts brakes on high-frequency traders
Alphacution -> The Complete Case Study on Spot Trading

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