High-Frequency Trading Is `Video Game,' Arnuk Says

Aug. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Sal Arnuk, a partner at Themis Trading LLC, talks about the implications of high-frequency trading for financial markets and the the Aug. 1 software malfunction that caused Knight Capital Group Inc. to suffer a $440 million dollar trading loss. Knight Capital will resume its duties as a designated market maker on the New York Stock Exchange on Aug. 13, the exchange said yesterday. Arnuk speaks with Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Exchange Income CEO Fights Back Against Short Seller
12:04 - Exchange Income released its second-quarter results three weeks in advance in order to dispel some of the negative sentiment after short-seller Marc Cohodes targets the company. Double-digit earnings and revenue growth, however, weren’t enough to soothe investors. CEO Mike Pyle joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Lily Jamali to defend his company from short sellers' claims. (Source: Bloomberg)
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