CNBC's Michael Santoli looks at Hillary Clinton's pledge to take on risky Wall Street behaviors and how it differs from opponent Bernie Sanders' ideas. » Read More
News that Citadel's market-making arm plans to buy KCG's NYSE floor seats raises a lot of questions, says Ron Insana.
Will "Flash Boys" star IEX succeed in becoming a stock exchange with a speed bump? Tim Quast weighs in.
IEX, the upstart stock-dealing venue, was criticized for an "un-American" approach to slowing down traders. FT reports.
Technology is changing the role of traditional market intermediaries who connect buyers and sellers, Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld says.
NYSE President Tom Farley and GTS CEO Ari Rubenstein discuss GTS's plan to acquire the Barclays trading business and expectations of the SEC to further regulate high-frequency trading.
Order placement in the physical and derivative markets needs further investigation to find the cause of Shanghai's plunge.
Douglas Cifu, Virtu Financial CEO, discusses how technology has enabled his company to provide more efficient markets. And Robert Greifeld, Nasdaq CEO, weighs in.
A high-frequency trader was convicted in federal court for disrupting commodity futures prices in a $1.4 million fraud scheme.
Here's why Hillary Clinton's proposed tax on high-frequency trading is the wrong solution, says NYU professor Vasant Dhar.
Bhanu Baweja, head of emerging market cross asset strategy at UBS, says the tax, combined with other regulations, could help reduce financial risks.
The market has a design problem, says Joe Saluzzi, Themis Trading, sharing his thoughts on the impact of high frequency trading on the market's wild swings.
High-frequency trading isn't the root cause of market swings like the one seen Monday, according to market maker Doug Cifu.
The system needs to be fixed, says Joe Saluzzi, Themis Trading co-founder, discussing the role of high frequency trading on rapid moves in the market, and how some ETFs were burned by not making the correct price.
CNBC's Eamon Javers takes a look at the role of high speed trading in Monday's 1000 point selloff at the open.
Bob Grefield, Nasdaq CEO, discusses how the exchanges are handling the flood of orders on trading platforms.
Free college tuition for all is an admirable goal, but taxing Wall Street for it won't work, says this HFT advocate.
Buried deep inside a federal investigative report on the Treasury market is a red flag for potentially significant fraud, an insider warns.
Hillary Clinton's plans to tax some short-term investments at higher rates.
Take all your Flash Crashes and "Knightmares" and trading "glitches" and, well, chill out. Pros say market structure is pretty much better than ever.
The use of an acronym, PTF, in a new investigative report about the 2014 flash crash had folks scratching their heads. What is it?