15.05.2014 - Senators fret over high-frequency commodity trades
Senators are fearful that high-frequency traders are getting an unfair advantage and endangering the stability of the U.S. futures market, the financial exchange for trades of commodities like corn and gold. But industry experts warn against rushing to impose new regulations. "These markets have changed dramatically over the years for a 21st century market, we need a 21st century regulator," said Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., who called a hearing of the Senate Agriculture Committee she chairs to consider the issue...............................................Full Article: Source
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