Borsa Istanbul in talks over stake sale

Turkish exchange aims for deal ahead of coming IPO

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two businessmen jumping hurdles, illustration by Daniel Haskett ©Daniel Haskett
Low volatility, new rivals and onerous rules are taking their toll
The U.S. flag is arranged for a photograph in New York, U.S., on Thursday, May 26, 2011. The cost of insuring U.S. government debt against losses for one year with credit default swaps is rising while the price of protection over longer periods has fallen, as investors bet the standoff over raising the debt ceiling may drag into August. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Comment: Flawed US rules fragment swaps market, says CFTC Commissioner Giancarlo

Comment: Shenzhen next stop on ‘through train’

Shenzhen will add excitement to Stock Connect

Barclays bites back against NY watchdog

Previously unquestioned law enforcer has hit a dark pool hurdle

US considers delay to OTC swap rules

CFTC discussing margin rules reprieve with regulators

Barclays fights back in dark pool case

Lawyers dispute NY attorney-general’s attempt to bolster suit

IronFX confirms interest in Alpari UK

Unit filed for administration after wracking up huge losses

France seeks to revive Robin Hood tax

Plea for ‘fresh start’ for financial transactions group

High frequency trading

Casualties mount in HFT arms race

Consolidation likely to reduce participant numbers as costs rise

Gresham backs money brokers to take Trio Holdings PLC private in £28.5m deal. The offer supports the management buy-out [MBO] of the oldest money broker in the world, R.P Martin. David Caplin, R.P. Martin Managing Director, and Paul Canning, Gresham Director, are pictured left to right LICENSE AGREEMENT Photography undertaken by VisualMedia is supplied with an indefinite license for editorial purposes, but excluding advertorials or competitions. The license also covers internal communications requirements such as newsletters and non-commercial website use. Usage for external marketing / advertising purposes will attract additional fees that need to be negotiated dependent on requirements. For further information please contact VisualMedia on +44 (0)20 7436 9595. Note to Press: These images are supplied free of charge for editorial usage. Mandatory credit: Vismedia

FCA issues first individual Libor fines

RP Martin executives also banned after rate-rigging inquiry

Political divisions hit EU carbon price

European Parliament committee fails to agree on reform start date