The Weekend Update: December 16-20, 2019

JLN PRESS ROOM PICK OF THE WEEK

Bank of England confirms high-speed traders hacked audio feed

The Bank of England has confirmed an internal audio feed of press conferences was hacked by high-speed traders seeking early access to information before the rest of the market.

4 MOST CLICKED MARKETSWIKI PAGES OF THE WEEK

FROM JOHN LOTHIAN NEWS

NEW YEAR’S DAY LAUNCH SEEN AS JUST THE START OF ILLINOIS’ RECREATIONAL CANNA BUSINESS

As of January 1, adults in Illinois will be allowed to legally buy small quantities of cannabis products for recreational use from licensed state dispensaries. However, while its launch has been highly publicized, the state’s cannabis…

ED TILLY – OPEN OUTCRY TRADERS HISTORY PROJECT

Ed Tilly is a former trader on the Cboe who turned his board leadership into a career as a Cboe executive and today is the chairman, president and CEO of Cboe Global Markets.

MARTIN HOLLANDER REFLECTIONS

John Lothian News asked several former colleagues of Martin Hollander’s to offer reflections on his life. Martin and his family were killed in the volcanic eruption on White Island near New Zealand.

BIG VOLATILITY, RISK, AND CONSOLIDATION: JIM NEVOTTI OF STERLING TRADING TECH

At FIA Expo 2019, Jim Nevotti, the president of Sterling Trading Tech, talked with JLN about CAT reporting, the return of volatility to the markets and the hidden costs of commission free trading, and…

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