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High-frequency trading: Ban it or regulate?

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, Better Markets CEO Dennis Kelleher and Themis Trading co-head of equity trading Joe Saluzzi discuss the high-frequency trading debate.

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  1. SEC to consider money market fund proposal next week

    U.S. securities regulators will convene next week to consider a long-awaited proposal that would impose new rules on the $2.6 trillion money market fund industry, ac...

  2. Former GOP Senator Judd Gregg named CEO of lobbying group SIFMA

    The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association named former Republican Senator Judd Gregg as its chief executive officer, the lobbying group said Monday.T...

  3. SEC Chief Remains Mum on Money Market Fund Rules

    The top U.S. securities regulator remained tight-lipped on Friday about the details of her agency's efforts to craft reforms for money market funds, probably disappo...

  4. SEC chief White remains mum on money market fund reforms

    The top securities regulator remained tight-lipped on Friday about the details of her agency's efforts to craft reforms for money market funds, probably disappointin...

  5. GE shareholders reject proposal to split chairman, CEO jobs

    General Electric Co shareholders rejected a proposal to split the roles of chairman and chief executive, jobs currently held by Jeff Immelt, GE said on Wednesday.The...

  6. Consultants: Foreclosure Settlement’s Biggest Winners?

    American Banker Editor-in-Chief Neil Weinberg on the small amount of money victims received in the foreclosure settlement.

  7. Investing In China Like the Wild West?

    Securities attorney Andrew Stoltmann explains why you should be careful when investing in Chinese companies even if they are listed on American exchanges.

  8. SEC Probes Firms Providing Financial Advice to Municipalities

    U.S. regulators are probing whether securities firms are circumventing rules implemented in the wake of the financial crisis to protect municipalities against potent...

  9. Senate Confirms Mary Jo White as SEC Chair

    The U.S. Senate on Monday confirmed former federal prosecutor Mary Jo White as the new head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the agency tasked with po...

  10. Jay-Z Launches Sports Agency

    FBN's Dennis Kneale breaks down mid-afternoon market news.

  11. Ex-SEC Chief Schapiro Lands New Gig

    Just months after stepping down as Wall Street's top cop, former Securities and Exchange Commission chief Mary Schapiro is joining a consulting firm that advises ban...

  12. Al's Emporium: Imagination at Work

    Mary Schapiro did not bring good things to life as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Now she's off to General Electric.Last week, GE said it nominated ...

  1. Gasparino: Institutional investors unsure of Virtu profitability

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino says incremental buyers balking at Virtu IPO are causing the delay.

  2. Money Market Funds Still Vulnerable: SEC Member

    Money market funds still remain vulnerable to runs by investors, and should be subject to further regulation to reduce such risks, one of the newest members of the U...

  3. Battle Heats Up for Twitter's IPO

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the battle between the Nasdaq and the NYSE for the Twitter IPO and the Nasdaq’s handling of the 'flash freeze.'

  4. Gasparino: Greifeld's Job Likely Safe

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino says management changes at Nasdaq are likely to occur in wake of the flash freeze, but expects CEO Bob Greifeld to be safe.

  5. U.S. regulators scrutinize risk controls for high-frequency trading

    U.S. regulators are taking a deep look at automated trading firms to determine whether adequate risk controls are in place to prevent major technology glitches or at...

  6. SEC Voting on 80-Year-Old Hedge Fund Ad Ban

    Former SEC enforcement attorney Ron Geffner on allowing hedge fund advertising.

  7. SEC Unveils Overhaul to Money Funds

    A slice of the $2.6 trillion money market fund industry would be required to fundamentally change how they price their shares in an effort to reduce the risk of abru...

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