Inside Market Data - Vol 22 No 35

LSE Preps Low-Latency ‘Channel’ Pilot

The London Stock Exchange will begin piloting a new low-latency feed delivery option when the exchange introduces its TradeElect trading platform on June 18, officials say.

Under the Surface

The growing use of volatility surfaces is bringing greater transparency to complex instruments, but is creating significant technology storage and processing requirements. By Matt Skinner, a director at cross-asset data management vendor Xenomorph

SuperDerivatives Launches Cross-Asset Correlation Data

Derivatives data and pricing software vendor SuperDerivatives will this week launch an end-of-day correlation data service, having rolled it out to a number of banks and hedge funds as part of a “soft launch” during recent weeks.

Nasqaq’s Foreign Exchange

What exactly draws US exchanges to European brides? Ask the NYSE’s John Thain, who brokered the exchange’s merger with Euronext, or Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld, who—it was revealed as IMD went to press—is about to fork out $3.7 billion to buy…

BEA Announces CEP, Real-Time Platform

Enterprise software vendor BEA Systems will this week announce the upcoming launch of WebLogic Event Server and the release of version 2.0 of its WebLogic Real-Time platform this summer, which will improve the ability of Java-coded applications to handle…

Nasdaq OMX Targets Data Growth

Nasdaq and Nordic exchange group OMX, which announced plans to merge as Inside Market Data went to press on Friday, say that the proposed takeover will allow the combined exchange group to provide broader and richer market data, and to increase its…

ICE to Migrate Nybot Data Feeds, Tech

The Atlanta-based Intercontinental Exchange is planning to combine its data with market data from the New York Board of Trade, which ICE acquired in January, on a single datafeed, as well as via a new broadcast feed to be developed specifically for…

Latency Top Priority, but Firms Cool on Proximity Hosting

Latency remains a priority to support trading strategies such as high-frequency statistical arbitrage, though firms are examining a variety of options to achieve optimal performance, according to a panel organized by Reuters in London last week.

New LIM Releases Simplify Queries, Fix Java Bug

Logical Information Machines, a Chicago-based provider of financial, energy and commodities data, last week released the latest version of its XMIM analytical software that simplifies the way that users construct queries to run on market data.

Asia Demand Spurs New Indexes

Demand for investable emerging market indexes and index data on Asian markets is booming, according to index provider FTSE, which has launched three new indexes in the region in recent weeks.

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