Thomson Reuters Adds Middle East Banks to Autex

Autex Trade Route allows for broker-neutral connectivity to local markets.

30 buy-side and sell-side institutions added to trade network.

Thomson Reuters has announced the addition of 30 Middle East banks to its Autex Trade Route.

Autex is one of the world's largest order routing networks, with over two billion shares traded daily on it. The network allows for broker-neutral access to regional markets.

"Our global order routing network has been expanding rapidly over the past couple of years so that it now covers all the major markets in the Middle East and is an important source of broker-neutral liquidity in the region," says Russell Haworth, managing director for Middle East and Africa at Thomson Reuters. "Our clients are seizing the opportunity to connect easily with global markets and facilitate international trade. Together we are helping to really open up this market."

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