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20 Mar 2014 (AFR) - High-speed trading faces New York probe into fairness

(20 March 2014, AFR, p20, Keri Geiger and Sam Mamudi)

‘New York’s top law enforcer has opened a broad investigation into whether US stock exchanges and alternative venues provide high-frequency traders with improper advantages. 70 more words

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Global cotton prices may be enhanced due to China's decision to Import yarn

The following is excerpted from a 17  November 2013 news release by Business Recorder

LAHORE: China’s decision to import yarn in bulk may elevate cotton prices internationally, a phenomenon anxiously waited by the Pakistan cotton farmers selling their stocks on an average basis prices ranging between Rs 3000 to Rs 3100 in Sindh and Punjab. 126 more words


Stock Rules Too Complex to Official at NYSE’s Imminent Owner the Things You Should Know

Tom Farley, the senior vice president of financial markets at IntercontinentalExchange Inc. (ICE), said that regulations introduced since the late 1990s have forced “unnatural competition and evolution” between public exchanges and among equity venues run by broker-dealers. 717 more words


NYSE Euronext launches ESG indices to meet growing demand

Responsible-investor.com reported today that NYSE Euronext has partnered with French consulting firm Vigeo to launch a range of ESG indices to respond to the growing demand for responsible investing.  128 more words


Oil plunges as dollar gains on Cyprus news

March 18, 2013, 1:15 a.m. EDT

By Michael Kitchen, MarketWatch

LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) — Crude-oil futures tumbled in electronic trading Monday, slapped lower by a surge in the dollar as worries spiked over a Cyprus bank levy and its implications for Europe. 489 more words

EU Erosion

Oil down on rising US supplies, Europe data.

BANGKOK (AP) — Oil prices were pushed lower Thursday by higher-than-expected U.S. crude inventories and disappointing industrial production in Europe.

Benchmark oil for April delivery was down 24 cents to $92.28 per barrel at midday… 179 more words

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