Nasdaq's latest product allows marketplaces to produce multi-asset, multi-currency indexes internally.
To tackle regulatory data requirements, firms must first fully understand their data usage.
Former Capital IQ exec will handle sales for the vendor's West Coast US business.
Firms are struggling to harness Big Data technologies, while overall data spend continues to rise.
Product available to users of data delivery platform DataScope Select
Future stages wil allow firms to embed Airex partner technologies into their own tools.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch will roll out EESAT's options complex order book data screens to its client base.
Upgraded version will be faster and easier to use, SEC officials say.
The new service is an add-on to Thomson Reuters' existing TRPS service, which provides pricing for 2.5 million instruments.
The new content will allow users to leverage different factors when looking for investment opportunities.
Firms can use the sentiment tracking tool to track trends, and develop better client relationships.
Broker ramps up technology and staff to address 'explosion of data.'
EidoSearch Begins Sales of Core Engine to Meet Quant Demand for Direct Access to Predictive Analytics
EidoSearch will offer on-site or hosted versions of its engine, in addition to its front-end and datafeed.
The new datasets are in response to client demand for data on China as the market becomes more open.
Dun & Bradstreet will feed derived credit scores, analytics and more through 1010Data's Big Data sharing platform
Market Prophit will use Nasdaq's Last Sale data as a pricing input for its sentiment analysis.
Yan will be the Chinese company's US representative, after holding jobs in the asset management and banking industries.
Investor relations professionals can monitor market data, news and estimates on SGX-listed companies.
The browser-based data service is compatible with all mobile devices, officials say.
Users include a range of buy-side firms leveraging the service to supplement existing research operations.
AgriCharts, the agricultural commodities data business of Chicago-based data vendor Barchart, has launched Grains.com, an online market that connects grain producers with grain elevators to view bids and other data, and arrange deals for their crops.