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Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Chicago Fed Letter
Market Structure, Incentives, and Fragility
Carol L. Clark
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The factors that have contributed to the adoption of high-speed trading and affected market structure in recent years include competition, technology, and regulation. The unexpected ways in which these dynamic forces are coming together raise a number of important policy issues.


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Carol L. Clark, "Market Structure, Incentives, and Fragility" , Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Chicago Fed Letter, issue Mar, 2014.
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Keywords: high-speed trading; market manipulation
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