The Spread – July 9, 2021

Chicago, a data destination; the SEC, Robinhood and payment for order flow; John Lothian weighs in with his take; Retail trading continues to percolate; and Cboe’s Kevin Davitt explains the differences between equity and index options in the “Term of the Week.”

The following are links to stories referenced in this episode of The Spread:
Data Center Frontier — Why Chicago Is a Geostrategic Destination for Data Center Investment — https://bit.ly/3hnSz4A
The Wall Street Journal — Robinhood’s Debut Is Clouded by SEC Scrutiny of Payment for Order Flow — /jlne.ws/3qTWlWp
Barron’s — China Has Become Too Risky. How to Play It Safe With Options.– https://bit.ly/2T6jqJe
The Wall Street Journal — Retail Investors Power the Trading Wave With Record Cash Inflows — /jlne.ws/3wiRkbi
Options Price Reporting Authority (OPRA) message rate data — https://bit.ly/3yK2IhU
Cboe Global Markets Reports June 2021 Trading Volume — https://prn.to/2UEp6u8`

 

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I am a Finance and Business Analytics student at UIC. I am an active member of my university’s boxing club and I also enjoy the creative arts.

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