TSE's Arrowhead Spurs Asian Latency Focus


The new TSE platform has already triggered an increase in trades on the exchange, as the lower-latency technology has enabled firms to mitigate market impact by trading algorithmically in smaller lots, and pursue more high-frequency market-making and arbitrage strategies. Statistics from Thomson Reuters show that the average number of trades on the TSE during the first three trading days of 2010 rose by 30 percent over the daily average for December 2009, while the TSE's 10 most liquid stocks ex

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