Inside Market Data - Vol 24 No 14

NYSE Files OpenBook, NOII Changes

The New York Stock Exchange has filed two proposed rule changes with the Securities and Exchange Commission, to introduce non-professional fees for its OpenBook order book feed and separate fees for its NYSE Order Imbalance Information feed.

Data Volumes Drive BATS Multicast Feed

The BATS Exchange (formerly BATS Trading) will next week release a multicast version of its PITCH datafeed for beta testing, in response to client demand for better handling of rising volumes of quote and trade data over its platform, officials tell …

Deutsche Börse Buys MNI for Algo News

German exchange group Deutsche Börse is planning to create a feed of machine-readable news for use in algorithmic trading, as a result of its acquisition of newswire provider Market News International from Xinhua Finance, according to a spokesperson for…

TMX Preps Ontario, Quebec Indexes

TMX Group, the merged Toronto and Montreal exchanges, is preparing to launch two fixed-income indexes, each comprising six benchmark bonds issued by the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, officials tell Inside Market Data .

Data Demand in a Downturn

With the financial markets in turmoil, 2009 brings an increased focus on data quality for better risk management and generating alpha from new asset classes, tempered by cost controls in response to the current fragile economy. This roundtable gathers a…

Celent: Asian Exchanges Lag on Data

Although demand for market data in Asia continues to grow, especially with increased electronification of trading in equity and index options, exchanges in the region will focus less on generating revenues from data sales in 2009 than exchanges in Europe…

Big Fish Among Sharks

Merger advisory firm Marlin & Associates recently brokered the sale of Tenfore Systems to Morningstar. Chief executive Ken Marlin spoke to Inside Market Data about his views on the M&A landscape, his predictions for activity in the market data industry…

Correlix Revises Latency Tool

Latency management software vendor Correlix has upgraded its Latency Intelligence system for monitoring latency in data distribution and order flow, to provide more detailed data analysis, and to enable clients to react faster to latency issues.

Technology Tips for 2009

Technology is an increasingly important factor in gaining competitive advantage. As firms weigh the cost of risk management, low-latency and data storage technologies, Inside Market Data assembled a panel of data technology experts to discuss what new…

2008 is Dead; Long Live 2009

If proof were needed that people are keen to forget last year, with all of its crises and collapses, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 108 points on Dec. 31, the highest percentage rise on a year's last day of trading since 1974. But with 2008…

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