Paul PenroseFinextra - London
05 September 2007 | 3475 views | 0 | Recommends 0
The decision of the Boston Stock Exchange to shutter its new electronic equities trading venture BeX within nine months of its live launch in December last year is bad news for other up-and-coming competitors to established market venues.
BeX was set up with the backing of five of Wall Street’s most powerful investment banks. It was designed to ta...
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