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Call Auction Trading

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This book is based on the proceedings of The Electronic Call Auction: New Answers to Old Questions, a conference hosted by the Zic... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

This book is based on the proceedings of The Electronic Call Auction: New Answers to Old Questions, a conference hosted by the Zicklin School of Business on May 16, 2000. The text includes the edited transcripts of the panel discussions and separate addresses by three major industry executives Douglas M. Atkin, formerly President and CEO, Instinet Corporation; Kenneth D. Pasternak, formerly President and CEO, Knight/Trimark Group, Inc., and William J. Brodsky, Chairman and CEO, Chicago Board Options Exchange. The electronic call auction is an important trading vehicle in many market centers around the world, but is not well understood in the US. What are call auctions? How should they be designed and integrated with continuous trading in a hybrid market structure? As call auctions play a more central role in the US markets, how will they affect market quality in terms of transparency, order flow consolidation, and price discovery? These and other critical questions were asked at the conference while the efficiency of the US markets was broadly assessed.

Autorentext
Robert A. Schwartz is Marvin M. Speiser Professor of Finance and University Distinguished Professor in the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY. Before joining the Baruch faculty in 1997, he was Professor of Finance and Economics and Yamaichi Faculty Fellow at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business, where he had been a member of the faculty since 1965. Professor Schwartz received his PhD in economics from Columbia University. He has published over fifty journal articles and fifteen books. He has served as a consultant to various market centers including the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and Deutsche Börse, and has been an associate editor for several finance journals. In 1995, Professor Schwartz was named the first chairman of NASDAQ's Economic Advisory Board, where he served until the spring of 1999.

Klappentext

PThe electronic call auction is an important trading vehicle in many market centers around the world, and it should play a far more central role in the U.S. equity markets. Yet call auctions are not known or understood by many market participants in the U.S. The purpose of STRONGCall Auction Trading: New Answers to Old Questions/STRONG is to consider how a call auction facility operates and its broader role in the marketplace. A spectrum of questions are raised and debated. What is a call auction? How should call auctions be designed? How should call auction and continuous trading be integrated in a hybrid market structure? What is the price discovery function of a call auction, especially at market openings? /P PWhen the dust settles on the answers, it may be recognized that the introduction of electronic call auction trading in our markets is one of the most profound changes in U.S. equity market structure that could be made. /P



Inhalt

List of Participants. Conference Sponsors. Preface. Introductory Remarks. 1. The Call Auction Atlernative. 2. The Broad Perspective. 3. View from a Market Maker. 4. Alternative Call Auction Designs. 5. Darwinism vs. Protectionism in the US Equity Markets. 6. View from the Derivatives Exchange. 7. Integrating Call and Continuous Trading. 8. A Call Auction's Role in the Marketplace. Afterword. Participant Biographies. Index.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Call Auction Trading
Untertitel: New Answers to Old Questions
Editor:
EAN: 9781475777529
ISBN: 978-1-4757-7752-9
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 158
Gewicht: g
Größe: H235mm x B235mm x T155mm
Jahr: 2013
Auflage: 2002

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