Tag: Wall Street

Book Review: Taking the Floor: Models, Morals and Management in a Wall Street Trading Room by Daniel Beunza

Rose Deller , November 29th, 2019


In Taking the Floor: Models, Morals and Management in a Wall Street Trading Room, Daniel Beunza analyses how the use of economic models and the moral disengagement this has created…


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Ghost Exchange: Complexity, Velocity, and Risk

Maximilian C. Forte , January 30th, 2019


Increased complexity leads to increased risk. Stock markets run by algorithms, creating virtual markets that even the experts have difficulty explaining. The “flash crash,” “dark pools,” and “high-fre…


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101 Things We Learned from WikiLeaks’ Podesta Emails

Maximilian C. Forte , November 8th, 2016


US voters have been given a rare, even unprecedented opportunity to look at the machinery inside an electoral campaign and a foundation, as presented by the insiders themselves….


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Culture churn, aka TV with a very short shelf life

Grant , October 11th, 2016


Jason Lynch recently suggested that Fox is keen to make Tuesday night a little more robust in the ratings department. There is trouble, apparently, in paradise. The network’s…


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