Inside Market Data - IMD 21st November 2016
Volume 32, No. 6
It was business as usual for trading firms in New Zealand, despite being hit by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake early in the morning of Nov. 14
Under Rowcliffe's leadership, Icap sees opportunities to expand its offerings to clients in the region.
A hybrid of undersea fiber and microwave connectivity is enabling McKay to deliver the lowest-know latency between Tokyo and Singapore.
The vendor says the move is in response to increased and anticipated demand for its solutions in the region, delivered as managed services.
Curry has more than 20 years' experience in data technology sales and business development roles.
The service enhances the vendor's existing evaluations by providing a score indicating the market color used to generate each evaluation.
The website includes more data and charting, plus better navigation across all devices, officials say.
The funding will "throw gas on the fire" of the data science startup's "exploding" demand, officials say.
Aziz joins the vendor after four years at IBM and 17 years at Algorithmics.
Thomson Reuters Integrates Legal Filings Data into Eikon to Show Impact of Court Cases on Stock Prices
Knowing the impact of litigation on a company's stock price can be "crucial" to trading decisions.
Nadig previously held senior roles at ETF.com and IndexUniverse prior to a stint at FactSet Research Systems.
The exchange aims for its commercial policies to position its indexes against long-established incumbent providers.
Institutions see data science as the most important challenge and opportunity facing their data management functions.
Max gets a little nostalgic as he reviews the final print issue of Inside Market Data after spending 13 years of IMD's 31 years working on the publication.
Thomson Reuters' Debra Walton explores the benefits of incorporating diversity data factors into company analysis.