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Europe’s Plan to Compete with Silicon Valley

Europe’s Plan to Compete with Silicon Valley

By Mrugesh Dave ’18 With recent reports attributing the success of the stock market largely to tech giants like Facebook, Google, Apple, etc., there is no denying the prosperity of… Read more »

Piketty’s Take on Wealth Inequality

Piketty’s Take on Wealth Inequality

By Brian Endo ’16 There has been a lot of media attention focused on Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century. The book attempts to tackle the issue of wealth… Read more »

Wall Street Explores Rental-Backed Securities

Wall Street Explores Rental-Backed Securities

by Brian Endo ’16 Wall Street is exploiting a new product within the housing market once again. This time, however, the product is rental-backed securities. After the housing crisis beginning… Read more »

Why High-Frequency Trading Will Not Become Regulated and Who It Really Impacts

Why High-Frequency Trading Will Not Become Regulated and Who It Really Impacts

by Robert “R.J.” Raglin Since the release of the book “Flash Boys” by award-winning author Michael Lewis, much of the news in recent weeks has focused on high-frequency trading and… Read more »

The High Speed Chase

The High Speed Chase

by Brian Endo ’16 The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and other regulatory agencies have begun to crack down on the high-speed trading firms that… Read more »

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