Wild Bill rides again

Flaherty, Robert J.
October 1997
Equities;Oct97, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p50
Reports that linking with the Pacific and Chicago Option Exchanges, ex-Instinet head William Lupien offers institutional traders a satisfactory service at OptiMark Technologies. Function of OptiMark system; His venture with listed stocks; Problem of being a market maker.


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