March 11, 2010
By Jeremy Grant in Boca Raton
The US futures regulator has launched a study of “high-frequency” trading in futures markets, as well as of “colocation”, the increasingly popular practice of allowing traders to place trading systems next to exchanges’ trade matching engines.
Gary Gensler, chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, said the agency started looking into the issue last year and would come up with proposals for new rules on the practices.
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