Inside Market Data - Vol 23 No 32

Sybase Unveils Market Data Platform

Database and technology vendor Sybase will this week launch its RAP (Real-time Analytics Platform) Trading Edition platform, which combines management of market data at three levels-low-latency data for automated trading applications, real-time data for…

NextView Rolls Out Vietnam Data

Singapore-based data vendor NextView will begin distributing Level 1 tick data and three levels of market depth data from the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) to local and international traders at the end of May, as part of an agreement signed between…

Amerex Plans Data Expansion with e-Trading Migration

Amerex, the energy broking subsidiary of interdealer broker GFI, is considering ways to package the quote and trade data that will be generated by an expansion of contracts traded on GFI's EnergyMatch electronic commodities trading platform, officials…

NYSE Euronext Preps New Feeds

NYSE Euronext is preparing to launch a common feed architecture for data from all its European markets, using technology from recently acquired subsidiary Wombat Financial Software, and is readying a new, low-latency feed of US data, officials tell …

Panel: Bad Data Exacerbated Sub-Prime Debacle

Inaccurate underlying data and limited historical data for US residential and commercial property is partly to blame for multi-billion-dollar losses at global investment banks with exposure to the US residential mortgage sector, according to an industry…

Deutsche Börse Beefs Up CEF for Scoach Data

Deutsche Börse has made changes to its underlying CEF feed architecture to support distribution of data from its Scoach structured products market, which recently migrated from the exchange's Xontro floor trading system to its Xetra trading platform,…

TradeWeb Readies FASB- Compliant Trade Data

Electronic fixed-income market Tradeweb will next month begin disseminating transaction prices to subscribers of its Tradeweb Composite Marks service to help firms comply with the Financial Accounting Standards Board's Statement No. 157.

Colt: Latency Spend Escapes Credit Crunch

Banks will continue to invest in technology to reduce latency within data delivery and trading architectures, despite tighter budgets as the result of the ongoing credit crunch, according to a survey conducted recently by Colt Telecom.

Thomson Reuters Seeks DLA Mergers

Thomson Reuters has begun contacting exchanges to consolidate the data license agreements (DLAs) previously held by Thomson Financial and Reuters into a single contract with each exchange for the merged vendor.

TPI Upgrades Tech in Quality Drive

Tullett Prebon Information is testing an upgrade to its data architecture designed to identify and remove anomalous data items from its feed, as part of an ongoing market data quality control effort, officials say.

Code Red Gives Red Alerts a Facelift

Boston-based software vendor Code Red is beta testing a "soft release" of version 3.3 of its Red Alerts research management software with a group of hedge fund clients, which officials say represents a "significant upgrade" to the system's user interface.

BOX Targets Wider Audience For Market Depth Feed

The Boston Options Exchange (BOX) is planning an initiative to make its market depth data more easily accessible and easy to analyze by members within trading systems and data display applications, officials say.

For Better or Worse... Consolidation's a Bitch

Anyone who's moved in with roommates knows the pros and cons of consolidating multiple lives with all their associated "baggage" into a single living space. There are economies to be saved, but also inconveniences to be borne. And rarely does the process…