Shocking as the first-quarter GDP release looks on the surface, it still is no big deal.
Archive for 'May 2014'
The global repercussions of the shale boom are enormous.
When you’re trading at the speed of light, close proximity to an exchange matters—a lot.
The French author cherry-picks certain periods of economic history to make his point—and totally ignores the prospective impact of current demographic trends.
No one’s asking for equal outcomes in the marketplace, just an equal footing at the starting gate.
Analyzing companies that stand to benefit from greater utilization of products and services thanks to a much larger patient population
Do defense stocks still work when the world's biggest consumer of military products, services, and technology is cutting back? The answer may surprise you.
A recent article emphasizing America’s vulnerability to setbacks in emerging markets is unnecessarily alarmist.
Now that some of the world's leading aircraft manufacturers have had quite a run over the last two years, certain aftermarket companies appear more attractive.
Exchanges have created hundreds of order types that benefit the predatory practices of high-frequency traders
Could stronger-than-expected growth in nonfarm payrolls prompt the Fed to hike interest rates ahead of schedule?
While job growth rebounded from weather-related weakness, labor market fundamentals remain soft.
In this second of a series on high-frequency trading, Ted Oberhaus looks at Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] Regulation National Market System (Reg. NMS), enacted in 2005 and fully implemented in 2007.