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Backers for start-up include Point Break Capital Management, BlackRock and TPG
Pyth Network seeks to use digital ledger to distribute conventional and crypto market information
The business of transacting is barrelling down a path of unstoppable change
App owner valued at $29bn after first day of trading in IPO with high retail allocation
London’s metals trading ‘Ring’ lives on while Covid-19 hastens market modernisation
Companies behind digital trading are moving into gambling, real estate and property
The industry has grown as companies adjust to risks from increased online activity
A series of shutdowns last year put failures — and how to avoid them — in the spotlight
If institutions could predict the future, if only for nanoseconds, it would be enough to sweep up
UK’s largest trading platform’s clients made 6m share deals in first 4 months of 2021
Extensive glitch affects Eikon terminals and FXall currency platform
Plans for a move to all-electronic dealing meet with stiff resistance from some participants
We meet a 19-year-old trader keen to develop a longer-term investment strategy
UK broker makes move in response to new wave of retail trading in volatile stocks
Shift of fixed-income markets from analogue to electronic speeds up
Digital platforms are shaking up the staid world of corporate bond trading
Share of euro-denominated swaps market tumbles from 40% in July to 10% last month
Regulators are expected to scrutinise the practice that finances the zero-fee business model
After riding the Reddit wave, short-term trading could develop into a longer-term habit
US exchange bought eSpeed in 2013 for an initial $750m
Growth in data volumes has pushed finance chiefs to move towards a single trading system
A handful of groups are pushing beyond operating exchanges into financial data and analytics
From the return of M&A by bullish exchange owners, the prospects for the Hong Kong financial hub and new US contenders, to FX data price wars and post-Brexit wrangles over regulation, clearing and ETFs
As competition grows and trading volumes fall, do dominant incumbents’ fees still add up?