Alleged Flash-Trading Mastermind Lived With Parents, Couldn’t Drive
Nav Sarao is accused of helping to wipe $1 trillion off the financial markets in 2010; he is now in a U.K. prison.
Silver Pricing Change Takes Effect; Other Metals to Follow
A 117-year-old pricing system has changed.
BRICS Futures Exchange Draws Light Traffic on First Day
Futures trades based on cross-lists of BRICS exchanges began trading on Friday, but interest in the new opportunity was light on its first day.
EU Expected to Nix NYSE-Deutsche Boerse Merger
Although the decision is neither official nor public yet, the European Union is expected to recommend against allowing a Deutsche Boerse takeover of NYSE's Euronext as early as next week.
Greece Teeters as Default Worries Grow
The odds of Greece defaulting on its sovereign debt within the next five years stood at 98% on Tuesday, as additional measures taken by its government failed to reassure investors and the cost of insuring the obligations climbed again.
NYSE Euronext in Merger Talks With Deutsche Boerse
Germany's Deutsche Boerse AG, the company that runs the stock exchange in Europe's largest economy, could soon take over the New York Stock Exchange.