BM&F Preps Conflated Futures Feed

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Brazilian exchange group BM&F Bovespa is planning to roll out a conflated datafeed for futures data within the next two months, to enable trading firms to reduce their bandwidth requirements in the face of rising data volumes.

“When we introduced co-location [in 2009], high-frequency traders came into the market, and whereas we were probably averaging about 200,000 messages per day before, now we average four or five million messages per day, with a peak of eight million messages on May 6 last y

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