The Spread – Calm Waters, For Some

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

A big deal for Harvest Volatility Management fell through and there were even more regulatory and enforcement happenings of note – we give all the updates in this episode of “The Spread.”

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Below are sources for stories mentioned in this week’s episode:
Bloomberg -> It’s a ‘Golden Age’ for Short-Volatility Trades
MarketVoice -> Victory Capital reverses move into options trading, cancels Harvest acquisition
Cboe Disciplinary Notice -> Equitec Proprietary Markets, LLC Hearing Decision
Crain’s Chicago Business -> Feds drop case against Naperville programmer
Reuters -> Kessler Topaz wants to oust ex-partner from leadership of index-rigging MDL
Bloomberg -> High-Frequency Trading Fight Escalates as a New Tower Blooms

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