Aaron Timms • May 2013
Eighteen months after it announced plans for an equities exchange in Rio de Janeiro, U.S.-based Direct Edge has some heavy lifting left to do. The firm still must convince Brazil’s securities regulator and the country’s lone exchange operator that competition will be good for everyone.
Officials tout country as a gateway to India in a bid to lure foreign investors and sustain robust growth.
Who is at fault when institutional investors underperform their benchmarks?
Boston-based sustainable investing advocate Ceres has been pushing for stock exchanges to develop global standards on sustainability disclosure.
Hopes are on the rise again that Saudi Arabia may open its stock market to foreign investors. Here’s why it might really happen this time.
With its purchase of the London Metal Exchange and a broadening array of renminbi-denominated products, HKEx aims to cement its position as the gateway between corporate China and global capitalism.
Dark pools have been trying hard to shed their reputation as opaque and risky. Barclays is the latest firm to throw more light on them.
High frequency trading is seen as complex, opaque and scary. The new documentary Ghost Exchange does little to change this.
A Dutch documentary points out that many questions about the flash crash of 2010 remain unanswered.
While more emerging-markets exchanges require companies to report on environmental, social and governance policies, Nasdaq is seeking consensus before it acts. But so far, there’s more talk than action.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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