UK-based futures commission merchant Kyte Group is providing trading firm clients with access to European, US and Asian equities data from low-latency data provider Activ Financial. Clients in Europe are already using the data, and Kyte is now looking to leverage the service to target clients in other regions.
The initial group of clients—primarily European-based proprietary trading firms using Kyte for execution and clearing in options and futures—connected to Activ’s data when the feed went li
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