London-based interdealer broker Icap is to launch new repo and credit default swaps (CDS) data products by the second quarter of next year, turning the mammoth amount of data that it generates into a commercial product.
Sources say that Icap hopes to offer feeds by Q2 2004, but that they will not be available for at least another four months.
The repo offerings will include an index product with fixings and a real-time price feed of bid and offer prices, trade data and indicative prices.
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