A deep-dive into how capital markets firms are using open-source tools to experiment with machine learning.
Industry experts say not-for-profit organization is building a post-trade market data platform that could be a precursor to an EU consolidated tape.
The API was recently made available to all registry customers, with plans to offer a 'proactive API' next year to push new and updated data.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Justin Klug (pictured), who joins Capitolis.
Market data consumers will still have to buy feeds from the providers, says FIX co-chair.
Sterling Entitlement Manager will allow the vendor's clients to onboard traders more quickly while ensuring compliance with exchange data licenses.
IEX keeps its data fee-free, but announces charges for costly and inefficient "logical ports."
The new service for traders employs time series analysis to forecast rates for securities lending.
VKey will extract and present key terms from financial firms' data contracts, enabling them to better understand how they can use the data they pay for.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the past week, including Asif Alam (pictured), who joins Crux Informatics.
The exchange and data provider says purchase of market sentiment index from BAML is a natural next step.
The bank has a number of projects using emerging technologies, one of which optimizes the process of detecting price anomalies.
Banks have long been using synthetic data to validate solutions, but tech advancements and regulatory pressure have established this practice as a crucial step in the development and testing of technologies.
What does the bourse’s planned purchase of the data giant mean for clients and the industry going forward?
The bank is looking to pair this relatively new role with its data scientists as a bridge for business professionals.
The administrator is looking at how artificial intelligence can be used to extract online sentiment and create customized alternative data services to attract clients.
The CEO of 7Park Data joins the podcast to discuss the alternative data industry and where he sees the market heading in the future.
The vendor plans to use mobile data for KYC in Southeast Asia.
The immense growth of online data is driving an increasing number of asset managers to deploy web-scraping tools to find unique investment insights.
The Japanese bank has already automated handwritten form processing and is experimenting with AI to make use of its unstructured data.
The bank is looking to create a single security master so the same data flows through the system.
Vendors say their integrated solution will deliver significant data cost savings for firms by implementing usage tracking and controls.