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Title Electronic vs. floor based trading / edited by Robert A. Schwartz, John Aidan Byrne, Antoinette Colaninno.
Imprint New York, NY : Springer, 2006.

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Series Zicklin School of Business financial markets conference series, Baruch College, CUNY
Zicklin School of Business financial markets conference series, Baruch College, CUNY.
Subject Electronic trading of securities -- Congresses.
Stock exchanges -- Computer networks.
Stocks -- Congresses.
Alt Name Schwartz, Robert A. (Robert Alan), 1937-
Byrne, John Aidan.
Colaninno, Antoinette.
Add Title Electronic versus floor based trading
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 175 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents List of Participants -- Conference Sponsors -- Preface -- Getting the Trades Made -- Increasing Returns by Decreasing Trading Costs -- Operations of a Floor Broker -- Achieving Best Execution Through Market Structure Development -- Electronic Trading -- Hybrid Markets -- Electronic and Floor-Based Trading: The NYSE Hybrid Market -- The Economic Value of a Trading Floor: Evidence from the American Stock Exchange -- Participant Biographies -- Index.
Summary Historically, specialists and other floor brokers, in direct contact on the trading floor, have been at the heart of operations at the national U.S. equity exchanges. At the other end of the spectrum, electronic trading platforms have characterized most other equity markets globally for many years. Recent developments at the NYSE have moved in this direction, but fundamental questions effecting market quality remain. Can the unique services offered by the floor be provided as effectively in an electronic environment? Which environment would institutional and retail traders each find most suitable to their special needs? Which environment offers better price and quantity discovery? These are some of the questions that are addressed in this book, while providing perspective on the future direction that exchange market structure is likely to follow in the coming years.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780387299099 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
0387299092 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
0387299106 (electronic bk.)
9780387299105 (electronic bk.)
9786610609420
661060942X
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/0-387-29910-6
OCLC # 76951791
Additional Format Print version: Electronic vs. floor based trading. New York, NY : Springer, 2006 0387299092 (DLC) 2005935084 (OCoLC)63514297



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