The Late Edition
It was a down day on Wall Street with the Dow falling 77 points (0.67 percent) to 11,406. The S&P 500 closed down 12 (0.97 percent) to 1,193 and the Nasdaq fell 32 points (1.24 percent) to 2,523.
The VIX closed at 32.45, up 0.98 (3.07 percent).
Here's the top 10 most active equity options and strikes for Tuesday.
While the stock market's recent wild swings have unsettled many investors, they have led to record profits for high-frequency tradersfollowing months of disappointing returns, industry analysts and moneymanagers said.
A Wild Ride to Profits; High-Frequency Traders Score Big on Stock Volatility; 'Feeding off the Volume' From Wall Street Journal
NYSE Euronext and Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. led exchanges lower inthe U.S. today after French President Nicolas Sarkozy said France andGermany will propose a financial-transaction tax in September.
NYSE, Nasdaq Slump After Plan for European Transaction Tax From Bloomberg
At the end of the month, Anova Technologies will speed up the fiber network span between300 Blvd East in Weehawken, NJ and 111 8th Ave. in New York City connecting BATSand NYSE.
Low Latency Fiber Between NYSE and BATS Gets Faster
From Wall Street and Technology
Google is everywhere.
How Google Dominates Us From New York Review of Books
It's going to be a long election season. And here's one example from Texas Governor Rick Perry and his Ben Bernanke comment today.
Here, Rick Perry: Printing Money Is Patriotic From The Atlantic
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