The solution, which replaces BYMA’s legacy, internally-built infrastructure, will introduce—among other offerings—Time-in-Force orders such as OPG (opening auction only), ATC (closing auction only) and GFA (auction session only) products, according to Nigel Cairns, general manager of LSEG Technology, the London Stock Exchange Group’s technology arm.
Millennium Exchange will also add order types such as trailing-stop orders and market-if-touched orders, which, he says, will “automatically track
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