Oct 8- Nasdaq Inc, the operator of Nasdaq stock market and eight European stock exchanges, on Thursday launched a tool to monitor dark pool trading activity. A dark pool is a network that allows traders to buy or sell orders secretly, ruling out the possibility of other traders taking advantage of the order. "Regulators globally are taking a more active role in...» Read More
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