Officials say the dataset will provide insight into consumer behavior in China, and into state policy.
Supervisory reporting taxonomy updated to improve reporting features validation rules.
The upgrade provides dedicated tools for managing recurring subscription costs beyond TRG's core market data coverage.
CFTC commissioner will look to make reforms to help foster fintech growth.
The partnership allows clients to access granular information.
This move is part of a larger data management overhaul at Raymond James.
The exchange will combine several existing businesses under a shared management and development structure.
Outsourcing service based on Calypso's technology aims to provide holistic front-to-back offering for investment banks.
Vendor selected from 31 bidders to build, implement and maintain the Consolidated Audit Trail.
Acquisition of New York-based EMS vendor to bolster Thomson Reuters’ buy-side solutions portfolio.
Robert Robie, senior vice president of fixed-income analytics at FactSet, says the decision to add the models is aimed at addressing the industry's concerns around the retirement of Barclays Point risk analytics platform.
Former director at the Québec regulator, Autorité des marchés financiers, to oversee compliance at DTCC’s European global trade repository business.
The new business area will be led by Ramón Adarraga, executive chairman of BME Market Data and CEO of Infobolsa.
Rayfield has spent more than 25 years in trading, technology and data client services roles.
At a dinner held in midtown Manhattan on Dec. 5, the winners of this year's AFTAs were announced.
OTAS adds real-time alerts to Lingo product suite to help traders capture risk and act accordingly.
The firm also forms a new firm after acquiring Singapore-based Blue Ocean Technology.
Knous has spent 30 years in buy-side investment, data and technology roles.
The announcement of which firm will be responsible for building the massive audit trail could come as soon as tomorrow.
The lab in New York will focus on creating blockchain prototypes ready for integration into clients' production systems.
The expansion is part of Colt's plan to invest significantly in Asia over the next three years.
The deal marks another about-face on real-time data for S&P, which sold Comstock in 2003, then re-entered the space by buying QuantHouse in 2012.
WatersTechnology's 5th annual Sell-Side Technology Awards, focusing on the technology provided to sell-side institutions by third-party technology vendors and brokers, are open for entries.
After selling its voice-brokerage business to rival Tullett Prebon, NEX (formerly Icap) has forged a data alliance with Tradition.