Inside Market Data - Vol 23 No 3

CSAs Enable Firms to Price Proprietary Research

US investment managers are taking steps toward placing firm values on proprietary research provided via soft-dollar arrangements-increasingly by the use of commission-sharing arrangements (CSAs)-though industry experts say some stumbling blocks to…

NSX Drops Data Credits, Ups Rebates

The National Stock Exchange has increased its liquidity rebates for approximately 500 exchange-traded funds, while scrapping market data revenue transaction credits for those shares.

MiFID's New World Order

As the Nov. 1 MiFID deadline draws near, it is becoming clear that it will take much more time and work to clarify what the new rules mean, and how investors, managers and brokers will behave in the post-MiFID world order. By Bill Haney, European…

OMX Readies New Feed, Content

Nordic exchange operator and technology provider OMX will launch a low-latency market depth feed of Nordic equity data in November, and will add new content sets to its existing Targin datafeed later this month, officials tell Inside Market Data .

CS Preps TF-Paladyne Data for Hedge Funds

Hedge fund clients of Credit Suisse's prime brokerage service unit will be the first end-users to go live on a software platform that integrates portfolio management, analytics and accounting components from Paladyne Systems with a datafeed from Thomson…

Limas Rolls Out Tullett Prebon FX Data

Jakarta, Indonesia-based data vendor Limas Centric Indonesia last week unveiled plans to add foreign exchange data from interdealer broker Tullett Prebon's data arm to its Limas StockWatch Desktop terminal and Web-based StockWatch Retail product, as well…

Compustat Beefs Up Emerging Markets, Industry Data

& Poor's is planning a major upgrade to its Compustat feed in December, which will include company data from emerging markets, new industry-specific datasets and indicators, and improved analyst notes.

CEP Start-up Kaskad Denies Demise

Boston-based complex event processing vendor Kaskad Technology says it will continue operations, despite the loss of key executives and its main client, the Boston Stock Exchange, and moving out of its office in downtown Boston.

Data Key to Nasdaq's Boston Buy

Nasdaq officials say the exchange will leverage quote data and symbology assets acquired via its $61 million purchase of the Boston Stock Exchange last week to increase data revenues and attract new listings.

TheMarkets.com Scores a Bullseye

Investment bank consortium-owned research portal TheMarkets.com will this week unveil a new real-time query tool that melds broker research and information gathered from the Internet, dubbed Bullseye.

New York Sweeps Boston... Sort Of...

For the benefit of non-US readers, we're in the Post-season. The baseball season is over, and the winners now battle it out for the World Series-the Cubs, Indians, Diamondbacks, Angels, Rockies and Phillies, and of course arch-rivals the Yankees and Red…

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