The Merc said it was convinced regulators see the differences between futures and equities
CME’s chairman is confident the futures market
won’t get swept up in reforms targeting high
frequency trading (HFT) currently being discussed by US
lawmakers, writes Joe Parsons.
Speaking on a conference call Terry Duffy, executive
chairman and president of CME, said he believes US lawmakers
will see the difference between the futures and equities market
framework in the controversial debate over HFT.
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