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MARKET MICROSTRUCTURE IN PRACTICE.

Author: Charles-Albert Lehalle
Publisher: WSPC, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Market Microstructure in Practice comments on the consequences of Reg NMS and MiFID on market microstructure. It covers changes in market design, electronic trading, and investor and trader behaviors. The emergence of high frequency trading and critical events like the ""Flash Crash"" of 2010 are also analyzed in depth. Edited by Charles-Albert Lehalle and Sophie Laruelle, and with contributions from Romain Burgot,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Charles-Albert Lehalle
ISBN: 1306183189 9781306183185 9789814566179 9814566179
OCLC Number: 864742872
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Contents: About the Editors; About the Contributors; Contents; Foreword by; Robert Almgren; Bertrand Patillet; Philippe Guillot; Albert J. Menkveld; Preface by; Charles-Albert Lehalle; Sophie Laruelle; Introduction; Liquidity in Question; Microstructure from a Regulatory Standpoint; A Recent Appetite of Regulators and Policy-Makers for Electronic Markets; Worldwide Consolidation: An Electronic Trading Global Timeline; Changes in the Microstructure; Defining Best Execution; Redefining the Roles: An Agent is Now Both Liquidity Taker and Liquidity Provider Simultaneously. Towards a Paradigm Shift: A Blurring of RolesImpact on Liquidity; 1. Monitoring the Fragmentation at Any Scale; 1.1 Fluctuations of Market Shares: A First Graph on Liquidity; 1.1.1 The market share: A not so obvious liquidity metric; 1.1.2 Phase 1: First attempts of fragmentation; 1.1.3 Phase 2: Convergence towards a European offer; Entropy of the market microstructure; Fragmentation of what?; 1.1.4 Phase 3: Apparition of broker crossing networks and Dark Pools; How HFT activity promoted trading outside of visible pools; Small and mid-caps: Catching up main indexes; From division to union. 1.2 Smart Order Routing (SOR), A Structural Component of European Price Formation Process1.2.1 How to route orders in a fragmented market?; Focus on atomic orders; Using a Smart Order Router (SOR); Aggregate liquidity to minimize the impact of each order; Smart Order Routers or Smart Fee Savers?; Beware of duplicate liquidity; 1.2.2 Fragmentation is a consequence of primary markets' variance; 1.3 Still Looking for the Optimal Tick Size; 1.3.1 Why does tick size matter?; 1.3.2 How tick size affects market quality; Decreasing the tick size lowers spreads when tick size is a constraint. Smaller and faster liquidity, does this means more unstable?Cumulative depth and order exposure incentive; Queue jumping and the profitability of limit orders relative to marketable ones; 1.3.3 How can tick size be used by trading venue to earn market share?; Tick size war in the US; Tick size war in Europe; 1.3.4 How does tick size change the profitability of the various participants in the market?; 1.3.5 The value of a quote; 1.4 Can We See in the Dark?; 1.4.1 Mechanism of dark liquidity pools; 1.4.2 In-depth analysis of dark liquidity; European Dark Pool market share. Dark Pools and price discoveryMain characteristics of dark liquidity; Dark Pools risks and toxic liquidity; 2. Understanding the Stakes and the Roots of Fragmentation; 2.1 From Intraday Market Share to Volume Curves: Some Stationarity Issues; 2.1.1 Inventory-driven investors need fixing auctions; Fixing auctions: What's at stake; Basic matching rules during call auctions; Pre-fixing dynamics demystified; 2.1.2 Timing is money: Investors need to trade accordingly; Market design and information flow timing imply liquidity patterns; Examples of mixed effects; 1) Opening of the US market.

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Market Microstructure in Practice comments on the consequences of Reg NMS and MiFID on market microstructure. It covers changes in market design, electronic trading, and investor and trader behaviors. The emergence of high frequency trading and critical events like the ""Flash Crash"" of 2010 are also analyzed in depth. Edited by Charles-Albert Lehalle and Sophie Laruelle, and with contributions from Romain Burgot, Stéphanie Pelin and Matthieu Lasnier, this book uses a quantitative viewpoint to help students, academics, regulators, policy makers, and practitioners understand how an attrition o.

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