Inside Market Data - Vol 24 No 39

Survey: Piracy Costs Data Industry $8bn

The financial information and analysis industry is losing an estimated $8 billion of subscription revenue each year as a result of subscribers sharing login information and content "scraping," according to a survey conducted by Burton-Taylor…

Thomson Reuters Adds Trading to RMDS

Thomson Reuters has incorporated trading capabilities from French software vendor Smart Trade Technologies into its RMDS data distribution platform, to enable clients to leverage their existing data infrastructure investments to internalize trades and…

Morgan a Casualty of LSE Job Culls

Wendy Morgan has left her role as head of real-time data at the London Stock Exchange, as part of a broader raft of redundancies resulting from a review conducted by new chief executive Xavier Rolet, who took over the role when former CEO Clara Furse…

Revere Grows Global Classifications

San Francisco-based Revere Data is expanding its classification schema to cover more international markets, to enable clients to identify like-for-like companies and supplier relationships in different countries to support algorithmic trading strategies.

Eurex, MTS Delve Into Historical Data

German exchange group Deutsche Börse and European fixed-income trading platform EuroMTS are working to expand the range of historical data they provide to clients for developing and testing their trading or hedging strategies.

XData Adds African Exchanges, Inks Interactive Data Deal

Dubai-based XData, a provider of data from exchanges in the Middle East and Africa, is expanding its market coverage, and has signed a deal to provide data from Middle East exchanges to Interactive Data, officials tell Inside Market Data .

SIFMA 2009: Think Small

While this year's SIFMA Technology Management Conference and Exhibition will probably be most remembered for being much smaller than the spectacles of years gone by in terms of exhibitor numbers and delegates-hardly surprising, given the current state of…

Will Non-MVPs Strike Out?

The New York Yankees and New York Mets both moved into billion-dollar new stadiums this season, despite the financial constraints associated with the turbulent economy. And while I can't vouch for attendance at Citi field, the Yankees have played to sell…

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