Thomson TradeWeb, the online marketplace for fixed income and derivatives, has opened a new data centre in Tokyo to give Asia-based asset managers and central banks access to its trading platform during Asian trading hours. The users have had access to TradeWeb during North American and European working hours since 2005. TradeWeb currently has an average daily trading volume of more than $200 billion and serves roughly 2,200 buy-side institutions.
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