Locating computers owned by high-frequency trading firms and proprietary traders in the same premises where an exchange’s computer servers are housed. This enables high-frequency trading firms to access stock prices a split second before the rest of the investing public. Co-location has become a lucrative business for exchanges, which charge high-frequency trading firms millions of dollars for the privilege of “low latency access.”


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