The Weekend Update: August 10-14, 2020

JLN PRESS ROOM PICK OF THE WEEK

SPOOFING IS NOT JUST BLUFFING: NO ZERO-SUM GAME IN TRADING

Stepping away from the increasingly settled legal issues around spoofing, we see that business ethicists are also addressing the moral and economic dimensions of spoofing.

FROM JOHN LOTHIAN NEWS

THE SPREAD: THE FUTURES OF VOL TRADING

This week on The Spread, Cboe launches Mini VIX Futures while the CME announces a volatility product of its own, the OCC foots the bill, and more.

A ZOOM INTERVIEW WITH SCOTT MORRIS OF BLACKTHORNE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

John Lothian News interviewed Scott Morris of Blackthorne Capital Management ahead of the launch of a new fund offered through Efficient Capital Management.

ART MARGULIS – OPEN OUTCRY TRADERS HISTORY PROJECT – MARKETSWIKI EDUCATION

Art Margulis answered a job advertisement in the Chicago Tribune for a research analyst position at the Chicago Board Options Exchange after graduating from Princeton. That was his entry into the world of open outcry trading.

LUC FORTIN: CORRA FUTURES DEBUT AT MONTREAL EXCHANGE

JLN spoke to Luc Fortin, president of TMX’s Montreal Exchange, about its newest short term interest rate product, CORRA futures, which launched in June. CORRA is calculated by the Bank of Canada from transaction-level overnight repo rates.

SPOOFING IS NOT JUST BLUFFING: NO ZERO-SUM GAME IN TRADING

Stepping away from the increasingly settled legal issues around spoofing, we see that business ethicists are also addressing the moral and economic dimensions of spoofing.

RICHARD SCHAEFFER REMEMBRANCES BY FORMER COLLEAGUES

JLN asked some former colleagues of Richard Schaeffer’s to share some remembrances of him. We have collected ones from CME Executive Chairman & CEO Terry Duffy, former NYMEX CEO Jim Newsome and former NYMEX CIO Sam Gaer so far. Here are their comments: From the…

EVENTUS CEO TRAVIS SCHWAB: GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN THE TRADE SURVEILLANCE TECH BUSINESS

A lot is going on at Eventus, a financial compliance and trade surveillance software firm based in Austin, Texas. JLN spoke with Eventus CEO Travis Schwab for a look at the market for such technology in exchange traded products, including fixed income, FX and digital assets.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This Story