NYSE Trading To Get A Revamp With Project Pillar

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was once one of the biggest and most popular stock exchanges in the United States. The NYSE had some of the biggest listed companies and its trading volumes in the 1990s surpassed all the

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Cboe Market Data Offered At Reduced Prices To Retail Brokers

Retail brokers are always looking for real time data from reputed sources so that they can make better decisions on their investments. Cboe Global Markets has decided to address this demand with its latest product release. The company promises to

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ESMA Stops Renewing Product Intervention Measures

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has been clamping down on contracts for difference (CFDs) and other highly leveraged products since August 2018. This was mainly because of the risks that these product and other high-leverage items presented to

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US & Japan Will Cooperate On Derivatives Trading Monitoring

Derivatives trading is a controversial topic right now in a number of countries. While these investments can be pretty profitable, they are also pretty risky and give financial regulators a hard time. Many investors have been exploited by unscrupulous brokers

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Historic Shanghai-London Stock Connect Gets Approval

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) which is the UK financial regulator and the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) released a joint announcement which expressed support and approval of the historic Shanghai-London Stock Connect which recently launched. The Stock Connect is

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Israeli Binary Options Recovery Firm Shuts Down Due to Fraud

Binary options scams are a big problem in Israel. It’s not surprising then to find firms offering their services to help victims recover their funds. However, not all of these firms seem to be on the up and up. Wealth

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Retail OTC Derivatives Market Deregulated In South Korea

The Retail brokerage global market has taken a hit in different countries as financial regulators look to impose stringent regulations to cut down on scams and fraud. This is especially true in Europe and Australia. South Korea was once considered

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ASIC To Roll Out New Forex & CFD Reporting Rules in July

Forex and contracts for difference (CFDs) trading can be profitable but they can also be a risky proposition for many. This is why regulators like the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) are wary about these financial instruments. As a

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ESMA Changes Stance On Post-Brexit Limit On London Trading

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) decided to change its stance on some of its decisions when it comes to restricting equity trading at exchanges in London after Brexit. This change in stance comes after some push back from

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AMF Seeks To Make ESMA Rules Permanent

Financial regulation can be a thorny issue as it can have a significant impact on the market, businesses, traders and the economy as a whole. The Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) which is the financial regulator in France has decided

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