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Excerpt from a chapter on High Frequency Trading in The World Scientific Handbook of Futures Markets

In this short piece from a chapter in The World Scientific Handbook of Futures Markets, Barbara Mack presents an overview on HFT, case studies, and a summary of select regulations in the United States.

Barbara Mack
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Explorations in Asset Returns

In this white paper CQF faculty member Dr. Richard Diamond provides an in-depth exploration in asset returns.

Richard Diamond
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Ferdinand the Bull

In his latest commentary, Edward Talisse likens the financials and banks to that off a bull, and explains where it all went wrong in the 2008 financial crisis.

Edward Talisse
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Financial Option Prices in Excel

In this article, both Marcin and Jeremy discuss the use of algorithms from the NAG Library to calculate prices for financial options.

NAG
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Financials and Bank Performance. Plus an 18 Month Forecast.

Edward Talisse gives a comprehensive financials and bank performance overview of 2014 so far, plus an 18 month forecast.

Edward Talisse
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Fitch Learning Aims to Boost AI & Machine Learning Skills in China

Hong Kong – 30 March 2020: A record number of professionals have signed up for Fitch Learning’s quantitative finance programme to

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Geezers Need Excitement: Trading Jitters and the Volume Myth

Declining trading volumes is a fact. But the idea that high volume is good and low volume is bad is a fallacy. In this article, Ed Talisse looks at 5 market shocks that are driving trading volumes lower.

Edward Talisse
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Hands Off My Cash, Monty

In this article, Edward Talisse examines how index investing captures the market's beta (systematic risk) premium in particular asset classes.

Edward Talisse
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High Frequency Trading - Innovation or Rigging?

In this article, Edward Talisse asks the question; Are technological savvy and speedy traders bad for the long-term health of financial markets?

Edward Talisse
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How the rise in data has led to a skills gap

The exponential growth in data is driving companies to look at how they can use new insights to their competitive advantage. Managing and analysing this increasing volume of data, using strategies such as AI and machine learning, has opened up significant skill gaps in the financial services sector. Which is where digital learning has a big role to play.

Randeep Gug

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