JSE Maps Out Derivatives Data Migration


The project will allow JSE to have a direct relationship with clients that currently rely on intermediaries for market data from the exchange, providing a more flexible and cost-efficient offering for end users, officials say.

JSE's derivatives datafeeds currently use a proprietary protocol that would require expensive point-to-point connections between South Africa and London for each client, and hence does not allow the exchange to transport derivatives data to the UK in a cost-effective

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