Korea reveals derivatives safety measures

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HFT ‘cheetahs’ get Chilton as an adviser

Ex CFTC commissioner to advise high-speed trader industry group

BM&FBovespa to launch clearing house

Move will inject R$20bn into Brazil’s markets

Nasdaq tech fail causes ‘stuck’ orders

Latest in string of system issues

Lance Uggla, CEO of Markit Group, photographed in his office by the Tower of London.
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Markit tops revenue and profits estimates

UK financial data provider records growth in all business lines

High-speed traders flee investment banks

Specialised trading groups step up recruitment

Index trackers soar but risks remain

Investors have flocked to exchange traded funds but risks mount

Citi pays $5m to settle SEC data charges

Fine relates to failure to safeguard order information

Mt Gox creditors want payouts in Bitcoins

Group threatens bankruptcy shake-up in Tokyo unless demands met

O’Malia to take helm at Isda

Former CFTC commissioner to lead global derivatives group

Barclays ‘dark pool’ trades dry up

Clients flee in wake of US lawsuit over high frequency activity

LME hands copper traders a ‘standing’ order

Fines for breaches of open outcry etiquette in ‘the Ring’

Tech Beat: The new Markits

Exchanges and banks become venture capital suppliers to start-ups

Start-up opens Singapore ‘trading atrium’

NPG launches Asia service for proprietary firms and hedge funds

Gibson-Smith to step down as LSE chairman

Announcement made to shareholders at annual meeting

US securities sector in push to cut fees

Sifma unveils recommendations to promote access to market data

Cynk sinks after 36,000% climb

Meteoric rise stalls for a former penny stock with one employee

Deutsche Börse backs greater clearing role

Eurex Clearing says industry allows flexibility in event of crisis

ICE prepares deeper reform of Libor

US group asks some banks for more internal transaction data