The Spread – Clearing the Air; Also, Fed Up

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

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A margin methodology approval, blood in the eurodollar waters, a peek into a secret shop, and more bad jokes await viewers of this week’s episode of “The Spread.” 

The following are stories referenced in this week’s episode: 
SEC Filing -> Order Approving Proposed Rule Change Related to the Introduction of a New Liquidation Cost Model in The Options Clearing Corporation’s Margin Methodology
Bloomberg -> Burned Bets on Fed ‘Patience’ Leads to Surge in Rates Volatility
Alphacution -> Simplex Trading’s Book: An Educational Tool Hiding in Plain Sight
Cboe -> Disciplinary Information
NYSE Filing -> SG Americas Securities – 2016048771702 NYSE American

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