NY’s attorney-general subpoenas HFT firms

Schneiderman targets six traders as investigation widens

European markets are not being rigged

Technology has changed region’s equity trading structure, but exchanges are not being manipulated

EU begins clampdown on ‘flash boy’ traders

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Suit claims CME gives HFTs unfair lead

Traders allege high frequency traders got data before others

High-frequency trade is ‘growing cancer’

If market is rigged, fix market!

Computerised trading can be improved with a few fixes, write Cameron Smith and Haim Bodek

HFT controversy highlights two-tier market

Growing power and size of asset managers is the real issue

Large investors have long been hit by HFT

Equities market needs debate on its future

High drama in link between ETFs and HFT

HFT driven outflows from exchange traded funds hit underlying stocks

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Trading misconduct takes different guise

High-frequency trading extends old tricks of the trade

M Stanley hits back over Flash Boys row

Fierce competition forces rethink for HFT

Move is result of a decline in profits from trading US stocks

Bats Chi-X bids to win back market share

Exchange says starts sliding scale of rebates to customers

How the industry sees “Flash Boys”

Reaction to controversial Michael Lewis book

Virtu Financial delays planned IPO

Examination of high-frequency trading grows

Soul-searching on Wall Street with ‘Flash Boys’ release

High-frequency trading exposé has banks on edge

Thomson Reuters tightens FX trading rules

Group seeks to curb attempts at market manipulation

New York probes high-speed trading

Regulator looks at whether ‘services’ give firms timing advantage

Thomson Reuters data arm gets green light

New unit will assume governance of 160 benchmarks

Equities trading units under pressure

More buyside investors are forced to use their own resources for trading