NYX 360: 18 October, 2011


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  • Traders say it’s harder to trade individual stocks these days – WSJ
  • The algo of choice in tough times: The human equation – Scott Cooper, Jones Trading/Tabb Forum
  • A different kind of occupation of Wall Street: the Silicon Alley 500 – Leslie Bradshaw, Forbes.com,
  • Silicon Valley, you are on notice: NY just passed Boston in the VC game -- Jess Thomas, Forbes.com
  • Latour Trading tops NYSE program-trading list -- Futures
  • Liquidity expected to return in swaps market, Tabb says – FT Trading Room
  • As IPO stream dries up, one researcher worries it may never come back – Globe and Mail
  • Parochialism stopping financial transactions trax - Schaeuble – Dow Jones
  • University students get first-hand finance lessons in NYC – Flyer News
  • I’m all for daytime World Series games, but close the NYSE for it?  Not happening.  – Memphis Flyer
  • On this date in 1892, the first long-distance telephone line between Chicago and New York opened.  -- NYT

Elsewhere on the Exchanges blog, it’s like my colleagues in Europe have arrived! --




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