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October 1999 || Vol.4, No.10
DEPARTMENTS
PLAYERS
Mac Konishi Sings the Blues…Bill O’Brien’s Texas-Sized Ambition…Brian Monieson…Briefly

SHORTS
Retail Derivatives Take Off in Europe…Trade Weather On-Line…CBOE Updates Margin Requirements…CAT Bond Investors Dodge Bullet…Diversification Plays in Commodities…The First CFO Supersite…Goldman Exploits Y2K Jitters

TECH NOTES
Implied Default Rates: Now Free on the Internet

EXCHANGE NOTES
RepoClear and SwapClear Kick Off

COLUMNS
Implementing FAS 133…Ask Dr. Risk: Stat Arb

  FEATURES
The Future of Trading
Will electronic trading systems mean the end of market-making and liquidity as we know them?

FX After EMU
The yen is strong, the euro is moribund and liquidity isn’t too bad after all. The FX markets have managed to survive quite nicely, thank you.

Can Exchanges Compete?
Excerpts from a roundtable discussion at the Equity Derivatives and Risk Management Congress in London.

The World According To Michael Brosnan

Inside the ISE

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