2015 Year in Review: FICC Market Evolution Spawns New Low-Latency Data, Tech

Data consumers and vendors are seeking to apply strategies and technologies from equities to other markets.


The fixed income, currencies and commodities (FICC) markets have traditionally lagged behind equities and derivatives in electronification and low-latency trading, preferring more relationship-based and conversational trading structures, such as voice brokering or instant messaging. But in 2015, each of these markets evolved by leaps and bounds, and became more electronically traded, leading to a proliferation of low-latency FICC market data technologies.

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