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Rios Quantitative is a one-stop financial boutique specializing in electronic trading strategy and software development for the trading and investment communities. It is our opinion that market challenges are more numerous and complex than ever before, causing demands on traders and investors alike. Whether you trade futures, forex or stocks, you will find us to deliver more than a wide range of skills and resources. We deliver solutions. This is the next generation of quantitative multi-asset trading in the global markets. We invite you to be part of it.
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Rios Quantitative LLC is a trading and investment boutique specializing in quantitative analysis and algorithmic trading utilizing high-tech computerized programs. RQ’s principal and founder Joe Garcia-Rios has been a Wall Street insider for more than 20 years and recognized world wide as an innovator and developer of trading strategies and automated execution systems. His approach of blending quantitative analysis with algorithmic trading has earned him a reputation for consistently producing high-performance trading algorithms. At the heart of RQ’s logic is proprietary technologies with the ability to identify complex opportunities and execute trades in a split second across multiple asset classes and markets. At RQ, our mission is to continuously work on refining our strategies to improve the engineering of our trading environment in order to enjoy stable returns year after year. A Story to Tell.
Quant Report for 2016-09-23
WORLD HEADLINES - Stocks, bonds and commodities climbed this week and the dollar lost ground versus almost all of its major peers as the Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged and scaled back plans for increases in 2017 and beyond. STOCKS - Futures on the S&P 500 Index fell after the U.S. benchmark rose to a two-week high on Thursday. BONDS - The Bloomberg Global Developed Sovereign Bond Index rose 1.3 percent this week through Thursday, when Janus Capital Group’s Bill Gross said a bear market in government debt has been delayed by the actions of monetary authorities. COMMODITIES - Oil erased losses after Reuters reported that Saudi Arabia has offered to lower its output if Iran agrees to freeze its production. CURRENCIES - The US dollar was little changed, headed for a 0.8 percent weekly loss after the Fed’s decision. The British pound dropped, wiping out a two-day rally. ECONOMIC DATA - CAD Core CPI m/m due at 8:30 ET.