4 edition of The Challenge of information technology for the securities markets found in the catalog.
The Challenge of information technology for the securities markets
Papers originally presented at a symposium held in May 1988.
|Statement||by the Center for Research on Information Systems and the Salomon Brothers Center for the Study of Financial Institutions ; editors, Henry C. Lucas, Jr. and Robert A. Schwartz.|
|Contributions||Lucas, Henry C., Schwartz, Robert A. 1937-, Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Center for Research on Information Systems., Salomon Brothers Center for the Study of Financial Institutions.|
|LC Classifications||HG4515.5 .C46 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||88027336|
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Technology and the Securities Markets New information technology has already transformed the securities markets. Order handling has largely been automated by mid-size and larger firms.
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[Henry C Lucas; Robert A Schwartz; Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Center for Research on Information Systems.; Salomon Brothers Center for the Study of Financial Institutions.;].
Order Execution Obligations,” Securities and Exchange Release No. A, 61 FR(Septem ) (“The Display Rule and Quote Rule amendments adopted today should bring about other, significant changes in the operation of Nasdaq, by ensuring the disclosure of customer and market maker buying and selling interest that.
One might still ask, The Challenge of information technology for the securities markets book, whether technology is having a disparate impact on securities markets compared to, say, banking markets.
Surely technology makes it as easy for bankers to gather, analyze, and disseminate [End Page ] the information necessary to their business as for brokers and investment bankers to do so.
The biggest benefit of an order-driven market in liquid markets is the large number of traders willing to buy and sell securities. The larger the number of.
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