Nasdaq OMX Readies Full Order Book Nordic Fixed Income, Derivatives Market Feeds

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Nasdaq OMX is preparing to launch two new market data feeds for fixed income and derivatives data from its Nordic markets within the next two months to increase trading transparency for exchange members, following the migration of both markets to the Genium Inet platform earlier this year.

The new feeds—dubbed Nordic Fixed Income TotalView and Nordic Derivatives TotalView ITCH—are scheduled for launch on Oct. 1 and Nov. 14, respectively, and will offer full order book data for the exchange’s

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