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Knight Capital's dilutive rescue offering should sober bailout-drunk financial services investors.
High-frequency trading and exotic derivative securities have created havoc too many times. When will we learn?
The Dow posts a rare Monday gain as investor optimism about the July jobs report carries over from last week.
Bank stocks were mixed on Monday, while the broad market rally on Friday's payroll numbers continued and New York State banking regulators growled.
Levi & Korsinsky is investigating potential claims on behalf of purchasers of Knight Capital Group, Inc.
Stock exchanges need to focus on how transactions are handled, in the same way that credit card networks do.
Ben Willis of Albert Fried & Co., says it isn't Knights fault. He blames the government for allowing certain trading practices in the first place.
Knight Capital's shares were down 26% in early trading, after the company lined up investors to purchase $400 million in convertible preferred shares.
Stock futures point higher Monday after last week's consensus-topping U.S. nonfarm payrolls report.
In accordance with applicable rules, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NYSE MKT have temporarily assigned custodial responsibility for approximately 524 New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and 156 NYSE MKT listed ...
U.S. futures are slightly higher Monday; Knight Capital reportedly gets thrown a lifeline; NASA's Curiosity rover touches down safely on Mars.
Knight Capital is in talks on a potential rescue involving a consortium of investors, a report says.
Knight Capital is in talks on a potential rescue involving a consortium of investors that would purchase convertible debt, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Down a dastardly 63% Thursday then up a delirious 58% Friday, Knight Capital's demise and redemption is leaving its mark.
Knight Capital Group's shares soared 57% following two days of brutal declines.
Knight Capital's shares soared after reports that the beleaguered market maker secured a new credit line, but the firm's capital situation is still uncertain.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Knight Capital as the troubled stock continues to drop.
Knight Capital shares continue to fall early Friday, after plummeting over the past couple days following a software glitch that caused widespread trading errors.
Could this market be so powerful -- or so foolish -- as to ignore the possible demise of Knight Capital?
Twits. Prostate problems. Rogue comments by a UBS CEO and booted GM marketing honchos: It's time for this week's edition of Wall Street's dumbest.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Policymakers require more jobs data to help them decide whether to jump in with more stimulus.
Knight Capital was again the big loser among financial services companies on Thursday, with shares tanking 63% after the company announced a huge loss from Wednesday's trading glitch.
Periodically reviewing them along with the winners provides valuable insight into the economy and the overall market.
Stifel Nicolaus analyst Matthew Heinz said on Thursday that Knight Capital was worth about $3.40 a share in a takeout.
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