University data sparks debate about trading policy

University data sparks debate about trading policy

Economic data produced by the University in collaboration with Thomson Reuters has been in this month’s headlines of the Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times — portraying the University in a less than positive light.

Traders pay an undisclosed fee to receive early access to a closely­ watched economic indicator compiled by the University, CNBC reported two weeks ago. Since then, everyone from members of the University community to New York Times op ­ed writer and economist Paul Krugman have raised questions concerning the morality and necessity of high­-frequency trading.

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