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Regulators desperately need to work with exchanges to prevent another collapse like we saw at Knight Capital last year, says Edgar Perez, author of Knightmare on Wall Street.
The deal between Leucadia and Jefferies shows just how much pressure the boutique shops are under. Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says you should look to JP Morgan if you want a financial stock.
The stock market was buoyed by the end of the presidential election campaign - finally removing that piece of uncertainty from the market.
Though many employees who work in Lower Manhattan remain absent, the NYSE treats Thursday as business as usual.
Its list of winners and losers is a good backstop for your stock-picking.
Gregg Greenberg counts down the dumbest stories from summer 2012.
Bill Harris, CEO of Personal Capital, explains that taking your whole financial picture into consideration and making appropriate investments is the only way to avoid losing money.
Jim Frischling, President of New Oak Capital sees the positives that came out of the Knight Capital trading error.
When it comes to confidence in the markets, tonight's commentator says market makers like Knight Capital have a great responsibility. Here's Joseph Cotterill.
Ben Willis of Albert Fried & Co., says it isn't Knights fault. He blames the government for allowing certain trading practices in the first place.
Technology might destroy our markets. "These nerds are a threat to our way of life." -- Stan Gable (Ted McGinley), Revenge of the Nerds The increased role of the quants (and high-frequency trading), the proliferation of double and triple ETFs and th...
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Knight Capital as the troubled stock continues to drop.
Could this market be so powerful -- or so foolish -- as to ignore the possible demise of Knight Capital?
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Policymakers require more jobs data to help them decide whether to jump in with more stimulus.
Periodically reviewing them along with the winners provides valuable insight into the economy and the overall market.
The Knight trading debacle is just one reason to stay away from financial stocks for now, says Jim Cramer.
Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
It is hard to stay objective amid wild news swings and computer-created volatility.
Knight Capital looks poised to rebound substantially from the current quote.