The new data, which has been available to clients in the US and Europe for several years, will include transaction cost analysis reports, and will be part of Credit Suisse's proprietary Execution Performance Reporting Technology (ExPRT) transaction cost analysis framework, which also provides breakdowns of other execution-related data, such as taxes, commissions, price trends, trading alpha, opportunity costs, interval volume-weighted average price, and full-day VWAP.
"What we will be providing,
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