CME keen to ensure rules on speed traders are not extended to futures
CME’s executive chairman and president has said
negative comments about high frequency trading in the futures
markets are based on misinformation, writes Jonathan
Terry Duffy hit back at recent criticisms of the role of HFT
in the derivatives market, stemming from Michael
Lewis’ contentious book Flash Boys.
He added that the futures markets today are more open and
accessible than ever before.
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