The Spread – A CAT and Three Lizards Walk Into a Bar…

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

What do an Irish pub, a reptilian derivative product and eurodollar trading have in common? This episode of “The Spread.”

The following are the stories referenced:
The Whaley Tavern
WSJ -> SEC Addresses Cybersecurity Concerns About Stock-Investor Data
WSJ -> Thinning Liquidity in Key Futures Market Worries Traders
CME Group -> A Cost Comparison of S&P 500-Related Options
Bloomberg -> The Triple Lizard Is a Love Story and a Cautionary Tale
– JLN Industry Leader Series
      ->Terry Duffy, CME
      ->Garry Jones, Horatio Ventures
      ->Michael Syn, SGX
      ->Paul Cusenza, Nodal Exchange

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