Deutsche Börse Upgrades Xetra Trading Technology in Harmonization Push

Xetra, the Deutsche Börse's German equities and European ETFs platform, has moved to the T7 equities system, aligning with Eurex.

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The technology upgrade brings Xetra into line with other platforms at Deutsche Börse, including Eurex.

Frankfurt-based Deutsche Börse announced on July 3 that Xetra, its platform for German equities and European exchange-traded funds (ETFs), went live on the T7 trading system. Xetra handles trading in some 1,000 equities and 1,500 exchange-traded products, including ETFs, and executed a total of 23.4 million trades in June 2017.

Crucially, however, the move will put Xetra onto the same technology base as Eurex, Deutsche Börse’s venue for the lucrative over-the-counter derivatives market. Over

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