The German regulator wants trading firms to flag their algo trades from next month
The requirement for German high
frequency traders to flag their algorithms to regulators from
next month could affect trading performance, a leading
regulatory think-tank has warned, writes Joe
German high frequency trading
(HFT) law requires firms to start tagging on April 1 their
trading algorithms and report the entire decision process
behind their trades executed on German exchanges.
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