Economic indicators suggest that Brazil will soon join the global trend and embrace a multi-market structure with liquidity fragmented across different venues, says Alice Botis.
an intense period of transformation and realignment in the
Brazilian market, which resulted in a new
infrastructure, fee reductions and the introduction of
co-location facilities, it looks as if the markets will be
stirred up once again.
the BM&FBOVESPA has been actively pursuing electronic and
high frequency trading, the Comissão
de Valores Mobiliários has commissioned
a report to evaluate the efficiency
of the Brazilian capital markets and analyze the possibility of
listing stocks simultaneously on a stock exchange and on an
organized over the counter market.
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