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Hedge Funds and the EUR/CHF Trade

Apr 22nd, 2019 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Strategies, Currencies, Equity Hedge Funds, Newly Added, Forex, Event-Driven Hedge Funds, The Global Economy & Currencies, The A.I. Industry, Hedge Funds, Macroeconomics

Three scholars affiliated with JP Morgan Chase have written a paper on hedge fund behavior ahead of meetings of the Swiss National Bank, with the idea of shedding light on the consequences of the timing of central bank announcements more generally. They conclude that the SNB contributed to the volatilityRead More

Academics:  No, Navinder Sarao Did Not Cause the Flash Crash 

Oct 25th, 2016 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Operations and Risk Management, Algorithmic and high-frequency trading, Newly Added, Risk management, Technology, Operations, Business News, Personalities in AI, Risk Management & Operations, Finance & Economics

Mid-October news reports tell us that Navinder Sarao has lost his effort to avoid extradition from Britain to the United States. So he will face charges in the U.S. in connection with the “flash crash” of May 2010, the incident in which the DJIA fell 998.5 points in less thanRead More

Spoofing: The ‘It’ Enforcement Action

Jun 17th, 2015 | Filed under: Algorithmic and high-frequency trading, Hedge Fund Strategies, Derivatives, Regulatory, Technology

Spoofing is probably about as ubiquitous as texting-while-driving. And it is possible to make an example of a spoofer caught red-handed. But it isn't clear what purpose that will serve. The real problem is that a broken market contains a broken set of incentives. Read More

People as Market Makers Were Never Crash Insurance Either

Aug 30th, 2012 | Filed under: Algorithmic and high-frequency trading, Alpha Strategies

The new technologies make less difference than some might think. "Even back in the days of physical market makers, when things went bad, as for example in the crash of '87, the market makers would head for the hills," said James Angel. Nowadays the computers go dark. Or (worse) they don't.Read More