FTSE data being added to Infolect includes approximately 800 indexes for all of FTSE's global Real-Time Index Series. FTSE provides the real-time valuations to the LSE at regular snap-shot intervals, either once per 15 seconds or once per minute depending on the index series, which means that the data consumes a predictable amount of bandwidth and is not subject to data traffic spikes during volatile market conditions.
Testing of the distribution of FTSE data via Infolect began in July, and w
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