Tick Data Eyes Asia Data Growth

Tick Data president Neal Falkenberry says the vendor hopes to make historical tick data from exchanges in Australia, South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong available in three to six months.

Falkenberry says that in many cases exchanges in Asia do not create their own databases of tick data, since there is no demand for trading strategies that necessitate it. With high trading costs on some exchanges, firms are more likely to aggregate orders into large trades rather than use high-frequency trading str

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