MOEX Sees New Network as Key to Asia Arbitrage Opportunities

Exchange hopes to exploit Avelacom's network PoPs in Asian countries to encourage trade flow from the region.

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The Moscow Exchange is hoping to expand its investor base—especially among firms in Asian countries looking for arbitrage trading opportunities between local contracts and those listed on the exchange—by enlisting Russian low-latency network provider Avelacom as its exclusive connectivity provider.

The exchange chose Avelacom to replace its previous network provider because it could offer lower-latency connectivity to a broader array of key exchanges—especially those in major Asian markets for

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