Chicago Fed calls for curbs on high-frequency trading
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago entered the debate over whether financial markets are fair, proposing limits on high-frequency trading firms and incentives to bring more buying and selling into public view. Recommendations in a recent working paper include breaking up the trading session into a series of half-second periods, a snail’s pace in an era of microsecond trading.
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