A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The exchange is currently working on building its enterprise data bus for better internal data management, but Wei-Shen finds that the exchange is still short on long-term answers.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Igor Kaplun (pictured) who has been appointed executive director of MarkitSERV’s Integrated reporting business
The company's Investment Analytics unit is the combination of OTAS, Prattle, and RSRCHXchange deals.
The vendor is beta testing three new data and analytics tools that will give greater insight into their best options to liquidate positions quickly during volatile market conditions.
As the fight over market data fees in the futures market heats up, the Chicago-based trading platform provider is rolling out a new platform that provides a free view of market order flow for TT platform users.
The vendor will add trading position flow and risk calculations to the platform this year, as it continues to integrate functions from recent acquisition Percentile.
The functionality is already available for tablets, with the cell phone version expected in the third quarter.
The association's latest industry survey reveals how the data management agenda is becoming more visible—and important—to firms' COOs and CEOs, rather than being seen as a technology issue.
The exchange’s CEO and COO discuss its matching engine, Intel partnership, cloud strategy and plans for the future.
To gain advantage from the growing data deluge, analytics—integrated with a firm's data workflow—are becoming ever-more crucial to buy-side investors.
The tech giant tested the technique on tasks involving machine learning at a large bank, with positive results.
Adopting an optimal and sustainable business model, as well as staying on the cutting edge of analytics, are two hurdles still to be overcome by alternative data providers looking to keep their heads above water.
The service will allow investors to perform deeper analytics on data from Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
The technology giant is rolling out tools to asset managers who need to use machine learning but have limited in-house experience.
Big XYT's new website, 250days.com, provides user-driven trade data analytics on European market dynamics over the past year.
Corporate bond market data provider is also adding data visualization to its post-trade product.
Wei-Shen Wong wonders about the future of market data models, and how pricing models need to change.
CryptoCompare will provide data for a series of digital asset futures contracts and is launching a free API service.
The company will expand to the US as regulatory changes are putting pressure on costs for clients.
Mosaic will use natural language generation to create real-time fixed-income trade reports.
Beaxy has built its technology using the OneTick platform and will launch early next year.
A new study finds that while large asset managers are investing in big data analytics and alternative data, it’s a fraught process.
This week, Anthony and James talk about the fight unfolding over exchange data fees and then explain why there' so much unwarranted hype around cryptos.