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Eleven market structure trends to watch for in 2011

Eleven market structure trends to watch for in 2011

Source: Instinet

Alison Crosthwait, director, global trading research, Instinet, predicts the most important trading market structure trends in 2011.

"2010 was a memorable year from a market structure standpoint, with continued low volumes, the debate around appropriate regulatory responses to dark pool and high-frequency trading and, of course, the “Flash Crash” emerging as the dominant themes," says Crossthwait in the introduction. "As the calendar turns to 2011, we at Instinet hope to see the thoughtful refinement of these debates, and offer our predictions, in no particular order, for what we believe will be the most important market structure trends in 2011."

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