ICE Splits NYSE Liffe, Euronext Feeds

NYSE Euronext has introduced a new commercial model for real-time data from its Liffe derivatives market that will see London-listed derivatives unbundled from continental European derivatives, as a result of ongoing plans to spin off Euronext's European…

Kilburn's Corner: Abandonment Issues

This week, Inside Market Data's editor, Max Bowie, is taking a well-deserved vacation, and, quite frankly, it's left me with abandonment issues. While he's been gone, I have been responsible for all editorial decisions, fielded all the calls and decided…

ICE, DTCC Announce Closure of NYPC

The IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) and the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC) have announced that New York Portfolio Clearing (NYPC) will be wound down, with interest-rate futures listed on NYSE Liffe US moving to ICE Clear Europe.

ICE Moves Hutcheson from Liffe to LIBOR

IntercontinentalExchange, the new owner of NYSE Euronext and its NYSE Liffe derivatives market, has appointed Liffe chief executive Finbarr Hutcheson president of ICE Benchmark Administration, the renamed NYSE Euronext Rate Administration business, which…

Futures Trading Algorithms Find Traction

Equities and futures microstructures have always functioned differently—and in terms of algorithmic application, the latter has always benefited from the adventures of the former. From order placement optimization to a revived debate on pricing…

NYSE Euronext Bid Puts 2012 on ICE

News of the IntercontinentalExchange’s (ICE’s) $8.2 billion cash-and-shares bid for the venerable New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ends a year of speculation over consolidation and the future of the landmark equities operation at Broad and Wall Streets in…

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