The Weekend Update: May 4-8, 2020
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Jack Sandner – Open Outcry Traders History Project – Part Two
Jack Sandner is a former chairman of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and longtime board member of the CME Group. In part two of this interview with John Lothian News for the MarketsWiki Education Open Outcry Traders History Project he talks about how the S&P 500 and Eurodollars started, the tax straddle that caused tax laws to change and his take on spoofing.
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THE SPREAD: RE-OPENED FOR BUSINESS
This week on The Spread, several exchanges cautiously open their trading floors, the OCC’s volumes are up yet again, Cboe posts its earnings report, and more. Transcript: Welcome to The Spread! I’m Matt Raebel, just settling into the new normal like everyone else….
CBD DEMAND HIGH, FEWER CBD-HEMP ACRES EXPECTED IN KEY STATES IN 2020
As part of our evolving coverage of all aspects of the cannabis business, John Lothian News is passing on information and insights about industrial hemp to our readers on a monthly basis. Our partner in this endeavor, PanXchange, last year launched an electronic market for businesses all along the CBD-oriented hemp supply chain.
JLN CHECKS IN WITH SUPERCRITICAL ON BANKING RELIEF AND A SCRAMBLE FOR NEW CANNA LICENSES
In the latest JLN update on the legal cannabis marketplace, Thom Thompson interviews Sparky Rose and Kerry Jordan, principals of the consultancy Supercritical, about possible legislative relief for cannabis banking as well as the impact of added Illinois licenses for craft growers and infusers.
JOHN DAVIDSON: OCC CEO EXPLAINS THE ‘FORTUNATE COINCIDENCE’ OF PANDEMIC PREPARATION
THE CRYPTOMARKETSWIKI PODCAST EPISODE 11: HALVING A GOOD TIME
Michael Sonnenshein, the managing director at Grayscale Investments, is passionate about bringing digital asset investing to his clients. In this episode of the CMW Podcast, Sonnenshein discusses institutional digital asset investing, the upcoming…