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A mystery trader just made a massive bet on the S&P 500 that could lose $558 million if the market turns
The trade could make about $175 million, as long as the index doesn't drop more than 22% from Monday's closing level of 2,582 by December 18, 2020.
‘Most people will be disappointed’: A top Wall Street headhunter throws cold water on the prospect of huge bonus increases for stock trade...
An industry compensation report said bonuses were expected to rise across finance, with equities professionals set to reap the largest increases over last year.
The City of London has gained a powerful ally in the fight to keep a key business in the UK post-Brexit
The German financial regulatory authority, BaFin, has demanded that EU officials in Brussels take urgent action to prevent mayhem in the derivatives market after Brexit.
Deutsche Bank is shifting business out of London — and it hints at a troubling post-Brexit future for a $1 trillion industry
Eurozone financial bigwigs have consistently argued that euro clearing should take place within the euro area, and Britain has repeatedly had to defend its right to clear trades.
Wall Street banks are reporting strong equities trading revenues — and derivatives traders continue to lead the way.
The UK's central bank used its latest Financial Stability Report — which looks at the risks to the safety of the UK economy and the global financial system — to warn that Britain's impending exit from the European Union could have a huge impact on the derivative markets.
Exchange giant CME has approached $2.5 billion electronic trading firm NEX Group about an acquisition
CME Group, the Chicago-based derivatives trading giant, has approached UK trading technology firm NEX Group over a potential acquisition.
"Passive investing is the bubble right now," Icahn said.
Hubertus Vaeth, managing director of Frankfurt am Main Finance says "exaggerated estimates stemming from London are neither constructive nor prudent."
Originally the company said they wouldn't launch futures.