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Rosenblatt's Market Structure News Digest

Rosenblatt's Market Structure News Digest
  • Hordes of pandemic-inspired punters are heading for the exits, but remain more involved in US stock trading than before retail commissions disappeared in late 2019
  • FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, fresh off making a strategic investment in US stock-exchange operator IEX, circles Robinhood, enters US equities brokerage and plans to route all customer orders through… Nasdaq?
  • A US appeals court strikes down big stock exchanges’ appeal of the SEC’s consolidated-data revamp
  • After a torrent of industry complaints, the SEC extends comment periods on three recent rule proposals
  • The SEC slaps a small retail broker for falsely stating it did not limit customer purchases during 2021’s “meme-stock” volatility
  • Member-state politics, shockingly, complicate the EU’s efforts to curb payment for order flow and establish a consolidated tape
  • Why investors and brokers managing an alternative-data deluge need to ensure vendors’ processes are aboveboard
  • The futures industry hotly debates crypto platform FTX’s direct-clearing plan
  • Crypto winter” sets back institutional adoption, but all hope is not lost

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