High-frequency traders face few changes since flash crash

03/19/2012 | Bloomberg Businessweek

The May 2010 flash crash prompted regulators to pledge changes, particularly for high-frequency traders, which were faulted for exacerbating the sell-off. However, nearly two years later, high-frequency trading remains largely the same as it was before the crash. Regulators have implemented a few small changes, but have yet to make significant moves to ensure a repeat does not occur, Matthew Philips writes.

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