Experts say line between automated, algo and HFT is becoming more blurred
The definition of algorithmic trading under incoming
European regulations is too vague and might impact market
participants that should be unaffected, experts have
"Mifid II has a very broad definition for
algorithmic trading that it is possible to read aspects of it
as all electronic business. As it is, the wording is too broad
to make sense," said Damian Carolan, partner at law firm Allen
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