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USAA Investment Solutions CIO Bernie Williams, Burke Financial Strategies President John Burke and Athena Advisor Services Research Senior V.P. Dan Stecich on the state of the markets and economy.

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  1. Back to basics: Tech glitch forces traders to use hand signals

    Bull Reef Brokerage CEO Scott Shellady and McNamara Options trader Michael McPartland on the CME Group tech glitch and explain open outcry hand signals.

  2. Concerns of a weakening housing market

    Case-Shiller Home Price Index co-author Robert Shiller on the outlook for the housing market.

  3. Report: Filing Shows BofA Trading Practices Probed

    The U.S. Department of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission have both held investigations into whether Bank of America engaged in improper trading by...

  4. Treasury: Need More Checks on High-Speed Trade

    High-frequency computerized trading could potentially destabilize the broader marketplace and should be more closely monitored by U.S. regulators, according to a U.S...

  5. Fed Fund Futures Hold July 2015 Rate-hike Timeline

    Fed funds futures were little changed after a jobs report showing better-than-expected labor market growth. The futures contracts, which are thinly traded on the Chi...

  6. CME System Hacked in July

    CME Group Inc , the world's largest futures exchange operator, said Friday that its clearing service for energy and other swaps was "the victim of a cyber intrusion"...

  7. CME delays start of London exchange for second time

    CME Group Inc , the No. 1 U.S. futures market operator, is again postponing the start of operations in London - its first exchange abroad - due to a technical proble...

  8. 'Flash Freeze': Nasdaq Paralyzed by 3-Hour Halt

    Trading in all $5.65 trillion of Nasdaq-listed securities was halted for more than three hours on Thursday due to a technical glitch, representing the latest stark e...

  9. EU: 13 Banks Colluded in Lucrative CDS Market

    European regulators on Monday accused ISDA, Markit and 13 global investment banks including Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Barclays (NYSE:BCS) of breaching antitrust ru...

  10. New CBOE Chief Sees Global Trade in Fear

    The former trader who has just taken the reins of the biggest U.S. stock-options exchange wants to introduce more of the world to fear.Edward Tilly, who this week as...

  11. Don't Buy into Talk of Dollar's Demise

    The demise of the U.S. dollar as the world's go-to currency appears to have been greatly exaggerated.Pointing to the scary 2008 financial crisis and America's bloate...

  12. Fed Paper Urges Trading Reforms To Help Humans Compete

    A Federal Reserve official has called for fundamental changes in financial markets to slow trading and allow humans more chance to compete with the ultra-fast comput...

  1. Cantor Fitzgerald CEO bullish on investments

    Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick on the company’s GFI acquisition, the real-estate market, and the impact of regulation.

  2. Global slowdown, oil and the U.S. dollar

    Stifel Nicolaus portfolio manager Chad Morganlander argues investors should be cautious on oil due to the deceleration in global growth.

  3. TD Ameritrade CEO: The whole story comes down to volatility

    TD Ameritrade CEO Fred Tomczyk on the low trading volume and the company’s clients’ shift toward trading on mobile devices.

  4. Markets on guard over sanction concerns

    FBN contributor Phil Flynn reports from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange .

  5. Goldman Sachs downgraded

    Bernstein equity research analyst Brad Hintz breaks down why he downgraded Goldman Sachs from outperform to market perform.

  6. Gasparino: NY AG ramping up HFT investigation this summer

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino says NY AG Schneiderman is eyeing the summer to take enforcement action for high frequency trading.

  7. CME Group Named in HFT Lawsuit

    Backlash against high-frequency trading has led to a lawsuit against the CME Group (NYSE: CME), operator of the world's largest futures exchange, the Chicago Mercant...

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