Deutsche Börse last week launched a low-cost post-trade data product to provide transparency for MiFID-relevant stocks to enable cost-efficient consolidation of trade data. Dubbed MiFID Post Trade, the service provides real-time trade prices and volumes to institutional investors from the Frankfurt stock exchange and its Tradegate Exchange for private investors.
The exchange also rolled out a stock exchange app for iPhones, which includes prices, charts and news for stocks, and index values, as
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