The Microstructure Exchange is a virtual academic market microstructure research seminar of indefinite length, intended to continue the sharing of ideas between researchers.
Speakers will be invited to present their work over Zoom. Seminars will last 45 minutes with questions asked at designated break points during the talk and a 15 minute Q&A session at the end of the session that will be organized by a moderator.
The Value of Off-Exchange Data
with Jonathan Sokobin (FINRA) and Chester Spatt (Carnegie Mellon)
October 26th, 11 am (EDT)
Abstract: Exploiting the structure of geographic latencies, we study the effect of trade reporting of off-exchange equity transactions and contrast that with reporting of exchange trading. Publication of off-exchange transactions by the Securities Information Processor (SIP), leads to a sharp burst in trading and quoting activity, suggesting that market participants learn from those reports, with their unique information content lingering throughout the lengthy reporting process. In contrast, there is no spike in response to SIP publication of exchange trading, but instead an earlier spike that reflects the response to the near-immediate reporting from proprietary feeds. Due to the varied locations of the off-exchange trade reporting facilities (TRFs), SIPs and exchanges, we use distinct geographical latencies to pinpoint the patterns. We document that realized spreads for the TRF-response trades are negative, consistent with these orders being informationally-motivated. An interesting puzzle concerns why market participants do not react to publication of off-exchange trades in proprietary data feeds, despite the value of its information.
Seminars will take place on Tuesdays. Times may vary to accomodate a broader global audience and to meet the speaker’s schedule.
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- Björn Hagströmer – Stockholm University (website or email)
- Katya Malinova – McMaster University (website or email)
- Andreas Park – University of Toronto (website, twitter, or email)
- Cameron Pfiffer – University of Oregon (website, twitter, or email)
- Andriy Shkilko – Wilfrid Laurier University (website, twitter, or email)
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- Jay Kahn (recording and paper)
- Richard Philip (recording and paper)
- Mao Ye (recording and paper)
- Carole Comerton-Forde (recording)
- Greg Eaton (recording, paper, and slides)
- Milena Wittwer (recording and paper)
- Zhaogang Song (recording and paper)
- Darrell Duffie (recording, paper, and slides)
- Joel Hasbrouck (recording, paper, and slides)
- Evangelos Benos (recording, paper, slides)
- Pete Kyle (recording, paper, and slides)
- Hans Degryse (recording, paper, and slides)
- Haoxiang Zhu (recording, paper, and slides)
- Edwin Hu (recording, paper, and slides)
- Yan Xiong (recording, paper, and slides)
- Terry Hendershott (recording, paper, and (slides)
- Mina Lee (recording)
- Chaojun Wang (recording and paper)
- Thomas Marta (recording and paper).
- Thomas Ernst (recording and paper).
- Alexey Ivashchenko (recording, paper, and slides)
- Anthony Lee Zhang (recording and paper)
- Marius Zoican (recording, paper, slides, and video abstract)
- Mao Ye (recording, slides, paper, and video abstract)
- Eric Budish (recording, paper, and video abstract)
- Chester Spatt (recording, paper, slides, video abstract)
- Gideon Saar (recording, slides, and video abstract)
- Dmitriy Muravyev (recording, paper, and video abstract)
- Albert Menkveld (recording, paper, slides, and video abstract)
- Sophie Moinas (recording, paper, and slides).
- Maureen O’Hara (video abstract and paper). We apologize – the recording is not available due to a technical issue.
- Angelo Ranaldo (recording, slides, video abstract, and paper)
- Sunil Wahal (recording, slides, video abstract, and paper)
- Thierry Foucault (recording, slides, video abstract, and paper)
The Microstructure Exchange will host resources, tools, and data for microstructure researchers. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to add your resource to this section.
- Spread statistics from Sunil Wahal. The dataset contains nanosecond precision spreads (using four methodologies) of all common stocks and ETFs with valid data. See Conrad and Wahal (2020) for more information.
- Quote-to-trade ratios from the paper Quoting activity and the cost of capital by Ioanid Rosu, Elvira Sojli, and Wing Wah Tham. Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) data was used in preparing this output.
- The 2021 Conference and JEDC Special Issue on Markets and Economies with Information Frictions call for papers is available. The conference will be held on August 30th-31st, 2021.
- The Eighth Annual Conference on Financial Market Regulation will be held on May 13-14, 2021 at the SEC headquarters in Washington, DC.
- The Microstructure Online Seminars Asia Pacific series hosts previous Microstructure Exchange speakers at times that better match the Australia, Hong Kong, and Singapore time zone.
- The Summer School on Market Microstructure, presented by Thierry Foucault and Albert Menkveld, will be hosted on June 7-11, 2021 at Stockholm Business School. It is a one-week intensive course, suitable for PhD students and advanced practitioners.