Larry Tabb: Markets Fail to Stay Calm, but Carry On Amid Coronavirus Threat

Suzanne Cosgrove

Suzanne Cosgrove

Contributing Editor

Although FIA Boca 2020 was cancelled because of coronavirus concerns, John Lothian News has carried on with its annual Industry Leaders interviews through videos and podcasts. This segment with Larry Tabb, of Tabb Advisors, was taped on Monday, March 9, amid volatile market activity that continued as the week wore on. Tabb talked about the economic impact of the coronavirus, as well as trends in U.S. fixed income, market structure and competition, and MiFID II.

Part 1: U.S. markets contract on coronavirus

Part 2: Fixed-income warms to electronic trade

Part 3: The business of trading and exchanges

Part 4: Europe, the arrival of Brexit and MiFID II

Produced by Mike Forrester

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