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  • What trading did occur did so largely in nonpublic "dark pools," which match bids and offers for large institutions, or via "stub" quotes, which marketmakers post far outside the expected trading range to fulfill liquidity obligations.

    Get the Clob

  • He became one of the exchange's first remote marketmakers in 2005 when he set up shop in his hometown of Jackson, Miss. to trade options for the s&p 500 index.

    Wall Street's Speed War

  • Past Crackdowns Nasdaq price-fixing: The government ended fixed brokerage commissions in 1975, but Nasdaq marketmakers continued to collude to keep bid-ask spreads unnaturally wide.

    Wall Street Crackdowns

  • What trading did occur did so largely in nonpublic "dark pools," which match bids and offers for large institutions, or via "stub" quotes, which marketmakers post far outside the expected trading range to fulfill liquidity obligations.

    Get the Clob

  • He became one of the exchange's first remote marketmakers in 2005 when he set up shop in his hometown of Jackson, Miss. to trade options for the s&p 500 index.

    Wall Street's Speed War

  • Past Crackdowns Nasdaq price-fixing: The government ended fixed brokerage commissions in 1975, but Nasdaq marketmakers continued to collude to keep bid-ask spreads unnaturally wide.

    Wall Street Crackdowns

  • He became one of the exchange's first remote marketmakers in 2005 when he set up shop in his hometown of Jackson, Miss. to trade options for the s&p 500 index.

    Wall Street's Speed War

  • Traditional marketmakers earned a spread in return for the requirement to provide liquidity in all market conditions.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • The problem may be that, unlike marketmakers, HFT investors have no obligation to trade in difficult conditions.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • As the IMF points out, "While most ETFs are supported by one or two marketmakers, there is no guarantee of active trading under illiquid conditions."

    The Economist: Daily news and views

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