Equity trading in the world is drammatically changing and at the same time raising doubts as its quality and its integrity. HFT is commonly defined as a subset of algorithmic trading where, in particular, a large number of small orders are sent to the market at a high speed. The aim of the chapter is to shed more light on a relevant twofold question that still remains unanswered: what is the impact of HFT and, in particular, how might different regulations impact on market structures?

Regulating High Frequency Trading: An Examination of European, US and Australian Equity Market Structures

CHESINI, Giuseppina;GIARETTA, ELISA
2014

Abstract

Equity trading in the world is drammatically changing and at the same time raising doubts as its quality and its integrity. HFT is commonly defined as a subset of algorithmic trading where, in particular, a large number of small orders are sent to the market at a high speed. The aim of the chapter is to shed more light on a relevant twofold question that still remains unanswered: what is the impact of HFT and, in particular, how might different regulations impact on market structures?
9781137413581
regolamentazione; Negotiation; Financial Instruments
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