The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has completed its Sequence Program, a three-year, six-step project to consolidate its data feeds and improve the overall technology of its trading system. But while the exchange has been boasting in advertisements that its project was completed "on time, on budget," the launch for the final phase of the undertaking was marred by reported delays in the dissemination of pricing and data on dealers' screens.
The problem emerged on Tuesday, August 27--the launch da
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