Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has unveiled an extended offering of its ICE Data Services, further integrating assets from Interactive Data, which the exchange group acquired for $5.2 billion last October (IMD, Oct. 26, 2015).
The ICE Data Services umbrella now includes proprietary exchange data from ICE and the New York Stock Exchange's 11 global exchanges, valuations, analytics, desktop tools and connectivity solutions from across ICE and NYSE, Interactive Data and SuperDerivatives.
ICE officials say that the exchange is continuing to invest in its data services to address evolving customer needs, which are being driven by regulatory reform, market fragmentation, passive investing and indexation, along with increased demand for data capacity and security, and independent valuations.
"We will continue to invest and innovate to offer actionable views of global markets to support decision making whether for trading, investment, operations or risk management," says ICE chairman and chief executive, Jeffrey C. Sprecher, in a statement.
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