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Amsterdam has a rich trading history — birthplace of the public company and home to the world’s first stock exchange. Yet its status as a leading electronic trading hub is under threat by the UK’s withdrawal from the EU
Owen Walker and Philip Stafford discuss the challenges derivatives trading is facing and hear the views of participants at a recent derivatives conference in London

Suits join the hoodies with blockchain push

Cost savings and low returns drive lenders into working with system underpinning bitcoin

LME halves fees to smooth transition

Lower charge backdated for trades in its ‘Ring’ for August

SGX and Baltic Exchange agree terms

London-based bourse compiles the Baltic Dry Index

HK exchange launches circuit breaker

Volatility control mechanism brings bourse into step with global peers

The hidden pipes of finance may be furring up

JPMorgan’s pullout of tri-party repo market shows impact of banks reshaping their business models

Deutsche faces US swap-reporting charges

CFTC files complaint over failures of supervision at German bank

CFTC head dismisses easing swaps rules

Massad says new entrants must play by post-crisis rules

POWER LUNCH -- Pictured: Brad Katsuyama, president, CEO and co-founder of the IEX, the Investors Exchange, and the focus of "Flash Boys," in an interview at the NYSE on March 23, 2015 -- (Photo by: Adam Jeffery/CNBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Will IEX slow US equities trading? a Q&A

The trading venue made famous by the book ‘Flash Boys’ is pushing against the race for speed

Intercontinental Exchange refutes UK competition findings

UK group plans to retain ownership of Trayport