Low-latency direct datafeeds may soon extend beyond exchange-traded markets, according to a survey released last week by Tullett Prebon Information, the data arm of broker Collins Stewart Tullett.
According to the 15 tier-one investment banks and two data vendors who responded to the survey, which was conducted between May and August this year, automated systems, such as algorithmic trading applications, are the main driver of demand for low-latency data.
While direct datafeed delivery has rea
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