For Bolsa de Valores de Panamá (BVP), democratizing markets to make them accessible to all investors is a priority, and BVP's Chief Executive Officer Olga Cantillo knew that the process had to start with an enhanced trading platform.
"Our goal is to become the hub for capital markets in the region, and replacing our trading platform was one of our strategies to help us achieve this goal," Cantillo said. "Nasdaq was the trading platform we were looking for to raise our market standards."
Cantillo said the process of upgrading BVP's trading platform to matching engine technology via Nasdaq Financial Framework was "easy." The new platform, which launched in January of 2019, took about a year to complete.
"BVP has shown significant commitment to becoming a central player in positioning Panama as a major capital markets hub in Latin America," said Carlos Patino, head of Latin America for Nasdaq Market...
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We recently talked about how fast you should trade, and previously discussed the basics of routing. Today we begin to look at the intersection of these problems: the many tradeoffs in the life of an order.
Parent and child orders
Almost all large orders are “worked.” An investor trying to buy 100,000 shares would have outsized market impact if they displayed the entire order to other traders. Even in the days of human floor traders, large orders were split into smaller trades to show to the floor. Today, algos do that more efficiently than ever.
Professional traders refer to the investor’s full order as the “parent” and each worked slice as a “child” order. That makes sense because the performance of all the child orders affects the cost of the parent.
What an algo decides to do with each child order is where the fun (and opportunity cost) begins. Each of the examples below assumes we’re a buyer:...
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Mariner 8 and 9 were the third and final pair of Mars missions in NASA's Mariner series of the 1960s and early 1970s. Both were designed to be the first Mars orbiters, marking a transition in our exploration of the red planet from flying by the planet to spending time in orbit around it.
Unfortunately, Mariner 8 failed during launch on May 8, 1971. Mariner 9 was launched successfully on May 30, 1971, and became the first artificial satellite of Mars when it arrived and went into orbit, where it functioned in Martian orbit for nearly a year. Mariner 9 complete its final transmission October 27, 1972.
Upon arrival, Mariner 9 observed that a great dust storm was obscuring the whole globe of the planet. Ground controllers sent commands to the spacecraft to wait until the storm had abated, the dust had settled, and the surface was clearly visible before compiling its global mosaic of high-quality images of the Martian...
- Emily Jerry here with Nasdaq at the Open Cloud Summit in San Francisco. Thank you for joining us and thank you for joining me so here as Chief product officer at MongoDB. I'm happy to be here. This is also listed companies Super excited to sit down with you. so for everyone who's watching who might not be familiar, share a little background on Mango and especially for the viewers who are less familiar with the cloud infrastructure for companies. What's one thing that may good to be enables people to do day to day? Yeah. Absolutely. So MongoDB is a started as an open. Database company that really changed the way developers build modern applications and particularly in the last few years. We've really evolved the business to be a cloud data platform. You know that not only provides core database functionality, but broadens the value pride, but still around data for developers and we're actually one of the most popular database platforms in the world today, I think on any given day...
The Nasdaq Smart Options data feed is designed to provide a cost-efficient, low-bandwidth alternative to the full Options Price Reporting Authority (OPRA) data feed while still delivering the necessary dataset that firms require for options trading.
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