Euro politics behind Greek Bond Sale
European Union regulators are poised to approve some of the toughest restrictions on high-frequency trading yet. Meanwhile, the world’s largest futures market, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, is being sued by three of its users who allege that the company sold high-speed traders access to information ahead of other market participants. Erin takes a look. Economist Yanis Varoufakis gives his view on the Greek bond sale and the future of the European recovery. Economist and blogger Tim Duy gives his take on the Fed and Fed policy. In Big Deal, Edward Harrison and Erin look at frothiness in the tech world.
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