NYSE Euronext

Lind to Lead Data Services at DTCC

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. appoints industry veteran Tim Lind to manage data services, following the departure of Ron Jordan in December 2017.

NYSE Outlines XDP Feed Migration Roadmap

NYSE Global Market Data, the market data arm of the New York Stock Exchange, has notified clients that it is migrating its NYSE and NYSE MKT best bid and offer datafeeds to its proprietary Exchange Data Publisher (XDP) format, as part of an ongoing…

Thomson Reuters Draws Drew for Platform Services

Thomson Reuters has hired Jeff Drew as enterprise proposition manager, responsible for strategy for its platform transactions business, supporting the Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform and Elektron Managed Services propositions.

ICE Taps Morningstar for NYSE Web Data

IntercontinentalExchange is rolling out financial data and web components from Chicago-based data and investment research provider Morningstar to make market data available online via the New York Stock Exchange's redesigned website.

Options Boosts US Co-Lo Coverage with NYSE Mahwah

Infrastructure-as-a-service provider Options (formerly Options IT) has completed the expansion of its Velocity hosting platform into NYSE Euronext's datacenter in Mahwah, NJ, in a move to provide clients with co-location services for all US equity and…

ICE Confirms Euronext IPO Details

The IntercontinentalExchange Group (ICE) has released plans for the intial public offering (IPO) of Euronext, the European exchange arm of NYSE Euronext, which the Atlanta-headquartered venue operator acquired in November 2013

NYSE Overhauls Non-Display Data Fees

NYSE Euronext has informed clients of changes to its non-display policy for all real-time US proprietary market data products, which includes price increases of up to 100 percent for some products, in a move to bring its fees into line with those of its…

NYSE Chief Steps Down

Duncan Niederauer, CEO at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), has accelerated his plans to retire from the bourse, following its integration with the IntercontinentalExchange Group (ICE).

Under Attack: Is Real-Time Data Safe from Hackers?

With recent data breaches such as US retailer Target falling victim to point-of-sale customer data theft and AOL email passwords being compromised grabbing the headlines, it's easy to understand why consumers are paranoid about data privacy. With the…

NYSE Plans Corporate Actions Data Changes

The exchange announced new information to be added to its corporate actions data services, and changes to licensing rules and pricing, taking effect September 1

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…

Exchange Data Revenues Run Gambit of Gains and Losses

Major exchanges reported a mixed bag of fourth-quarter financial results, with some reporting spectacular gains as a result of acquisitions and new initiatives, and others reporting lower revenues from data sales as a result of fewer subscriber numbers.

Spread Connects NYSE Mahwah Datacenter to Chicago

Ridgeland, MS-based low-latency fiber network operator Spread Networks has set up a point of presence for its wavelength data network between New York and Chicago at NYSE Euronext's datacenter at Mahwah, NJ, creating roundtrip latency of around 14…

NYSE Delays Order Imbalance Data Fees─Again

NYSE Technologies has delayed the introduction of new fees for order imbalance data from parent NYSE Euronext's New York Stock Exchange and NYSE MKT marketplaces for a second time.

2013 Review: For Exchanges in 2013, Life’s a Glitch

US stock and options exchanges suffered such significant outages in 2013 that regulators step ped in to bring the markets to task over the failures, many of which were linked to problems with the exchanges’ ability to disseminate market data.

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