PBS NewsHour

In 'Flash Boys,' a story of Wall Street reform from within

Clip: Season 2014 | 8m 32s

Much of the stock market trading that occurs today is done with computer servers, completing hundreds of millions of orders in a system known as high-frequency trading. Author Michael Lewis has made this practice the subject of his latest book, “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt.” He joins Judy Woodruff for a discussion about Wall Street trading and reform.

Aired: 04/04/14

Rating: NR

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