10.03.2011 - High-speed commodities traders under crash scrutiny
From Ninemsn.com.au: The fall in cocoa, which rebounded within minutes, is the latest example of the extreme volatility that has rippled across "soft" commodities markets including cotton, sugar and cocoa, leading to strong protests to ICE officials. Many people blame the rise of so-called high-frequency trading firms, which use computer algorithms to seek out pricing and other discrepancies in markets and trade in millionths of seconds..............................................Full Article: Source
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