Cantor Keeps Its Eyes Open


Bernie Weinstein, senior managing director and director of Cantor Market Data, offers his take on the year

IMD: What was the biggest development for the fixed-income data market in 2004?

Weinstein: We've been seeing, driven by algorithmic trading, a groundswell of demand for direct feeds. Firms that want to play in this field can't afford latency. There's a big premium on time to market. They don't want to have the latency of a feed that might go to a vendor. They're coming directly to a sour

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