Inside Market Data - Vol 31 No 2
IMD 9 November 2015
The sentiment data will be available free of charge from next year.
Former Fixnetix exec says he's "impressed" by Metamako's "rapid growth."
The promotion will offer free three-month data trials, and will run until Oct. 31, 2016.
The new syllabus reflects industry changes since its rollout in 2012.
Deutsche Börse clients will have access to BSE content under existing license agreements with the German exchange.
The exchange's network arm will increase fiber bandwidth and roll out wireless data connectivity.
The social media analysis vendor has raised new seed funding and expanded its board.
The vendor is expanding its low-latency datafeed handling to the liquid US Treasuries market.
The vendors will combine their respective analytics and historical tick data to form an on-demand historical analysis platform.
The new tool expands Metamako's reach beyond HFTs to any firm dealing with MiFID 2's timestamping rules.
The additional capabilities respond to growing use of smart momentum-based investment strategies.
The vendor also aims to raise additional funding to support its expansion plans.
The latest enhancements to Infront's terminal will help buy-side firms manage inreasingly digitized workflows.
Danske will use OneTick to store and analyze real-time and historical trading data.
Euronext will begin adding real-time data and third-party content to the app before targeting it at institutional users.
The vendors are seeking to divest their stakes in AFE after 15 years, sources say.
The expansion follows a recent $100 million investment round, and will help grow uptake of Symphony's platform.
Why duplicate efforts that don't add value?
The changes in version 7.0 improve the platform's speed and scalability, officials say.
Exchange's data arms benefited especially from index acquisitions.
New fees for the SIBOR and SOR benchmarks have attracted criticism from end users.
The industry is finally recognizing the big use cases for Big Data