Discover the new Trading InfoSnack Crumble in the Jungle to find out about how order book imbalance and crumbling quote signals can be utilised to optimize trading performance. Further insights from our Equity experts include information on block trading opportunities as well as differences in passive and aggressive interactions on the Swiss stock exchange order books.

Darren Marsh

Increased fill probability witnessed in states of high order book imbalance is tempered by higher risk of quote crumbling and therefore higher adverse selection. This dynamic is more pronounced across certain venues.

Simon McQuoid-Mason, Head Equity Products UK & Ireland

Insights on Relevant Trading and Market Structure Topics

The Trading InfoSnack articles are insightful research features that provide commentary on market relevant trends, models and microstructure that influence the trading of Swiss securities, underpinned by in-depth analysis from the Equities team of SIX.

To trading and market structure professionals with a focus on the EMEA region, the previous Trading InfoSnacks are also of interest: The Rule of Three: Analysing the Best Execution Optimisation ProblemStale Prices and the Price of Being Stale, This Time is Different, Cryptophoria, Last Orders, Size Matters, Liquidity under the Volatility Microscope, Closing Auctions: What’s Hanging in the Balance?, Back to the Future(s) and What’s in a Liquidity Smile?

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