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The great fall of China?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Suzana Stojakovic - Celustka Aug 28, 2015. 4 Replies

‘Black Monday’ - analysts were quick to brand Monday August 24th, and they had good reason to. The Shanghai market plunged by 8.5% in a day (its largest drop in history), and was soon followed by…Continue

Tags: china crash, china crisis, China stock crash

Draghi versus the Germans - Who will win?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bernd Kronach Jan 20, 2015. 3 Replies

Ever since Mario Draghi announced the proposed ECB measures for quantitative easing (QE) in the Eurozone his plans have raised some serious hackles, most notably from Germany. Does the plan…Continue

Tags: ECB, European crisis, Quantitative easing

Plunging oil prices: curse or blessing in disguise?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fazila Feb 18, 2015. 1 Reply

The recent sudden crash of oil prices has had a major impact on the world economy, leading to many troubled faces in the international arena. The Russians fear the effects of yet another powerful hit…Continue

Tags: commodity prices, oil prices

Who is responsible for the Financial Crisis? We all are.

Started this discussion. Last reply by CHRISTIAN PLAETEVOET Dec 4, 2014. 4 Replies

This past Friday the Academy Building of the prestigious Dutch Leiden University filled up with students eager to know more about the financial crisis and its consequences.…Continue

Tags: who is responsible for financial crisis, crisis, financial, Financial, Crisis

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Aug 28, 2015
Suzana Stojakovic - Celustka replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'The great fall of China?'
"One point of view is that Chinese "symptom" appears now as coming from China, but the real cause is actually coming from West. Advanced Western markets count on virtually unlimited consumption in China to compensate their own market…"
Aug 28, 2015
Saba Arian replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'The great fall of China?'
"If the "great fall of China" is a reference to recent upheaval in their financial markets then we should remind ourselves that they are still in relative infancy stages and investors there lack experience with turbulent markets as in…"
Aug 27, 2015
Prabhu Guptara replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'The great fall of China?'
"There are several Chinese views, including that the situation has been engineered by "foreign enemies" and that China was deserted by regulators:…"
Aug 27, 2015
Dr. Ted Marra replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'The great fall of China?'
"I can only speak to the small perspective I had in  Henan Province when I spoke at the 3rd World Industrial and Technological Conference there.  While I saw some remarkable achievements in the Province in terms of industry, less was seen…"
Aug 27, 2015
Daniel Agranovich posted a discussion

The great fall of China?

‘Black Monday’ - analysts were quick to brand Monday August 24th, and they had good reason to. The Shanghai market plunged by 8.5% in a day (its largest drop in history), and was soon followed by markets all over the world, from Japan to Europe to the United States, all dropping significantly (and largely recovering) over the course of the day. However, finding an explanation for these occurrences is not quite as easy as coining terms to characterize them, and different opinions have emerged on…See More
Aug 26, 2015
Fazila replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'Plunging oil prices: curse or blessing in disguise?'
"Plummeting oil prices for a net oil exporter country has also resulted in drop in our currency..working for an offshore fabrication company we are affected locally as operator has reduced capex, resulted in projects being postponed or worst,…"
Feb 18, 2015
Joseph Ezenwa commented on Daniel Agranovich's blog post 'The risks of automated trading: a case study'
"The automated trading platform is good but i am concerned about ''imperfect algorithm ''which is high risk associated with this it.How can one effectively mitigate this risk.Is a systematic risk? What i appreciate most is that…"
Feb 10, 2015
Daniel Agranovich posted a blog post

The risks of automated trading: a case study

Over the last decade, automated or algorithmic trading has taken the markets by storm. This does not come as a complete surprise, since enormous technological advances have created the possibility to trade at higher speed and frequency and recognize patterns faster than a human trader could ever dream.  Unfortunately, (or luckily if you are in the risk management business) this trading system does not come risk-free. For those unfamiliar with automated trading systems: these are electronic…See More
Feb 9, 2015
Bernd Kronach replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'Draghi versus the Germans - Who will win?'
"As a German tax payer I am glad (in that instance) that there is (just once) some kind of Risk Management in the German Government. The problem all behind it is that countries like Greece or Cyprus have been allowed to join the Eurozone at all. It…"
Jan 20, 2015
Roy Jensen replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'Draghi versus the Germans - Who will win?'
"It would be nice to think that the ECB operated like the Fed and that the EEC operated like the US. The problem is and will continue to be the lack of a federal states of Europe with a real central government. Without it, there can be no central…"
Jan 19, 2015
Steven Koules replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'Draghi versus the Germans - Who will win?'
"I think that some form of ECB QE is necessary and inevitable but I also think that while there may be some form of announcement on the 22nd, nothing will be written in stone until after the Greek election on the 25th. Grexit is now being thought of…"
Jan 19, 2015
Daniel Agranovich posted a discussion

Draghi versus the Germans

Ever since Mario Draghi announced the proposed ECB measures for quantitative easing (QE) in the Eurozone his plans have raised some serious hackles, most notably from Germany. Does the plan constitute an effective and prudent way to counter the risk of deflation that has been haunting the Euro-countries for quite a while now, or will it lead to the ECB taking on too much risk and end up being branded a Bad Bank? The better part of a decade has past since the start of the global crisis, and the…See More
Jan 18, 2015
Daniel Agranovich posted a discussion

Plunging oil prices: curse or blessing in disguise?

The recent sudden crash of oil prices has had a major impact on the world economy, leading to many troubled faces in the international arena. The Russians fear the effects of yet another powerful hit on their economy, Venezuela seems to be considering default and the Americans are weary of the consequences for its young and emerging shale oil industry. And then you have the Middle East, where the smallest match is enough to ignite the largest fire. But are these worries really justified or…See More
Dec 9, 2014
CHRISTIAN PLAETEVOET replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'Who is responsible for the Financial Crisis? We all are.'
"The analysis is surprisingly very accurate even if the summary seems a bit too simple as some very important items are not taken in account as the flaws in the accuracy of risk evaluation models and the legal misleading conduct of the concept of…"
Dec 4, 2014
Enrique Suarez replied to Daniel Agranovich's discussion 'Who is responsible for the Financial Crisis? We all are.'
"Note: What is missing in this article was the financial elites benefited one more time by this current crisis that begin in 2008. The below article explains in mire detail how and why the financial elites benefit even more with the financial…"
Dec 3, 2014

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The risks of automated trading: a case study

Posted on February 9, 2015 at 3:30pm 1 Comment

Over the last decade, automated or algorithmic trading has taken the markets by storm. This does not come as a complete surprise, since enormous technological advances have created the possibility to trade at higher speed and frequency and recognize patterns faster than a human trader could ever dream.  Unfortunately, (or luckily if you are in the risk management business) this trading system does not come risk-free.

 

For those unfamiliar with automated trading systems: these…

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