Inside Market Data - Vol 23 No 46

Carrel: Valuation's Risky Business

The ongoing credit crunch is driving firms to re-examine the quality of data behind their valuation models, and pay greater attention to valuation risk, says Philippe Carrel, global head of business development at Thomson Reuters

Nasdaq Adds Indexes, Rethinks Replay

Nasdaq OMX is releasing a slew of new indexes that combine components of indexes from OMX and Nasdaq, and has revised the licensing terms for Market Replay, its tool for downloading and replaying market data to analyze price movements, making the product…

Imagine Integrates Markit CDS Prices, GICS Industries

New York-based trading systems provider Imagine Software is about to integrate credit default swap data from UK-based data vendor Markit to the Imagine Trading System, and is preparing to adopt the GICS (Global Industry Classification Standard) taxonomy…

Hillier-Brook Forms BHW Systems

Market data industry veteran Ian Hillier-Brook has formed a new company, dubbed BHW Systems, which will re-sell the Smart TS XL software analytics toolkit from Dallas, TX-based vendor IN-COM Data Systems to potential clients in Europe.

Monitor110 Auctions Assets Post-Closure

A mystery data vendor has bought some of the assets of Monitor110, a New York-based provider of technology for firms to monitor information on the Web in real time and correlate that information against investments, which closed down last month after…

StreamBase Takes Plunge Into Dark Pools

Complex event processing technology vendor StreamBase is targeting a new client base in the form of dark pool trading venues, to help their founders address complex datafeed integration and trading strategy development needs, officials say.

TNS in Asia-Pacific Exchange Data Drive

Network provider Transaction Network Services is expanding its Asia-Pacific exchange coverage by adding access to market data from several exchanges in the region via its Secure Trading Extranet, officials say.

The Most Valuable Part of Your Data Business?

We often hear how market data is the third-highest cost base for today's financial firms, behind only real estate and staff salaries. But do we focus on that third cost at the expense of the second-the people that make it all work?

You need to sign in to use this feature. If you don’t have a WatersTechnology account, please register for a trial.

Sign in
You are currently on corporate access.

To use this feature you will need an individual account. If you have one already please sign in.

Sign in.

Alternatively you can request an individual account here: