"When you have these wide swings in the market — 400, 500, 600 points, 2 to 3 percent — I think that's a clear indication that that's some sort of a market structure issue," says former SEC attorney Teresa Goody.
Goldman Sachs is worried the increasing dominance of computerized trading may cause more volatility during market downturns.
J.P. Morgan Chase, the world’s biggest investment bank by revenue, has created a new management team to help it better serve Wall Street clients who increasingly want to trade with algorithms through electronic platforms.
Steven Cohen is backing a dark pool being built by a former Point72 trader
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission approved Wednesday a proposal to test how the stock market may be affected by the fees that exchanges pay traders for their business.
Jack Otter, Barron's editor at large, and CNBC's Mike Santoli talk about the stock market plunge 30 years ago and whether the markets could be at risk of another computer-driven accident.
Richard Strutt, the co-CTO and head of electronic trading at Man AHL, speaks with CNBC's Leslie Picker about how quant funds operate in real time.
The "Squawk Box" crew talk about the joining of two high speed trading firms.
James Singleton, Curex Group chairman & CEO, discusses currency trading and how transparency and technology are introducing fairness in FX trades.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on Nasdaq's new proposed order type to avoid high-speed trading.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Steve Cohen's newly-formed venture capital fund is backing algorithmic trading company Quantopian.
A financial transaction tax like the one Hillary Clinton wants could help stabilize the markets, Andy Green says.
Debating whether a transaction tax on high-frequency trading is a good idea, with Joe Saluzzi, Themis Trading, and Andy Green, Center for American Progress.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at Democratic proposals that could impact Wall Street, including a potential financial transaction tax on high-frequency trading.
William Galvin, Secretary Of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, discusses robo-advisor Betterment's decision to halt trading during Brexit-related volatility and why he's speaking out against the practice.
Betterment CEO & Founder Jon Stein defends his company's trading ban during the Brexit sell-off and discusses how much robo-advisors should step in on behalf of customers on market timing.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on robo-advisor Betterment's trading ban during the Brexit sell-off.
In a world where markets move at lightning speed, the IEX has won a victory by staking its business model on slower trading.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the SEC's decision on whether or not to allow IEX to operate as a national stock exchange.
Tom Farley, NYSE president, provides insight to the SEC's vote on the approval of a controversial new national stock exchange.