Programmers are Aching to Get Inventive Again

Sisk, Michael
May 2004
Bank Technology News;May2004, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the inventive attitude of computer programmers in the brokerage industry. Programmers' streamlining of operations to reduce expenses and control costs; Importance of innovation for firms to separate themselves from competitors and drive revenue; Development of products such as single-stock futures, expirationless options and algorithmic trading.


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