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FactSet's deployment on top of OpenFin and vote of confidence in the FDC3 standards paves the way for next evolution of desktop interoperability.
The bank says its research app is already one of the most popular on Symphony's messaging platform.
Led by OpenFin, FDC3—which includes the likes of RBC, JPMorgan, AllianceBernstein, Citadel and Barclays—aims to create a common language for desktop app interoperability.
The new app provides thousands of data points on Japanese listed companies.
The enhancements are designed to make it easier to access and manage research, while the hire of Harold Bailey is intended to respond to demand from North American firms.
The widgets will make it easier and faster for firms and developers to create their own apps, officials say.
Intrinio will initially offer online subscriptions to its own datasets and third-party apps, before adding third-party content within the next month.
By providing a version of its Enchilada platform within Thomson Reuters' Eikon App Studio, Wall Street Horizon will gain exposure for its data to Eikon's client base.
The apps will enable Eikon users to compare startup companies in Asia against each other and against established public companies using sentiment and fundamental research.
By incorporating trading capabilities from OptionsCity Software, clients can eliminate duplicate applications and data fees.
The vendor's analytics around crowded short-sale trades will now be available as an app via Bloomberg's App Portal.
The app will allow Symphony users to access OTAS' content and analytics within their existing chat workflow.
Officials say the move demonstrates the industry trend towards open, collaborative systems.
The app will allow users to search, view, cache and share research and company documents.
Euronext will begin adding real-time data and third-party content to the app before targeting it at institutional users.
The App Studio will enable developers to build apps within the Eikon desktop, leveraging Thomson Reuters' content.
Increased access from mobile devices is prompting the exchange to develop app-ready data tools.
New apps cover news, indicators and signals, and fundamental analysis.
The app allows users to filter data by grain elevator, location or zip code.
Thomson Reuters has released a UK edition of its news app for Apple iOS and Android wireless tablet devices and smartphones, as well as locally customized Chinese- and Japanese-language versions of the app, which provides news, market data and analysis…
UK-based data management and analytics software provider Xenomorph is rolling out a portal of APIs and connectivity tools that will enable data consumers to access Web Services-based data sources for use in their internal applications or the vendor's…
Citigroup has made a new electronic block pricing tool available on Bloomberg's App Portal, to allow traders to request bespoke prices for block orders as part of their workflow on the Bloomberg Professional service.
The Bucharest Stock Exchange announced it has launched a new mobile app that allows investors to access market data information more efficiently anywhere, anytime via Apple and Android smartphones.