An examination of how exchanges—already migrating to the cloud—are working to solve the problem of multicasting in a new environment.
The federal judge presiding over the ongoing class-action suit against Cusip Global Services, S&P Global, FactSet, and the American Bankers Association, has dismissed all complaints against the defendants except one alleging the quartet violated Section 2 of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
Wei-Shen and Tony take a look at what’s to come at the North American Financial Information Summit (Nafis).
Once wary of the cloud, financial firms, their suppliers and the marketplaces where they trade are openly embracing it. And there are more signs of big tech firms accelerating buy-in by literally buying in to clients’ migration projects.
The data vendor has 19 points of presence from where it will provide co-located access to the new managed services by Q2 2023.
Demand for corporate actions data is increasing in the front and middle office, but the data can be hard to read.
Finos gets ahead of FDC3’s critical mass by making breaking changes to the desktop interop standard, including baked-in data exchange.
Firms aim to provide a front-to-back data flow for asset managers, forming “deeper relationships” with their clients.
The acquisition of the 10-year-old vendor will give the exchange group high-quality market data, low-latency direct feeds, and packet-capture capabilities, experts say.
For years, the mantra of the market data world has been ‘content is king.’ But with trading strategies now more dependent on being able to see the big picture, the value of context could quickly overtake the data itself.
Although some market participants are trying to automate corporate actions internally, full STP is unattainable without end-to-end buy-in from all participants along the event lifecycle.
Consultation on democratizing odd lots data closes next week, but more solutions to order protection concerns may be needed.
As a major player exits the corporate actions data vendor arena, Bloomberg is continuing to enhance its data offering while the market braces for a shake-up.
Recent tech and data M&A deals aren’t just about acquiring clients or 'bolt-on' solutions, but will yield longer-term gains through granular integration of the vendors’ product lines and technologies.
This year, the SEC pulled the trigger on competing consolidated tapes and a new market data governance plan. In 2022, we will know if some of it can go ahead, or remain stymied by legal battles.
Nasdaq’s new Data Fabric managed data infrastructure service presents an opportunity for firms to outsource many elements of their market data platforms to the exchange. But making it possible—and also driving innovations at other data providers designed…
If the prototype is put into production, delivery of corporate actions data for dividends could be reduced from up to 24 hours to 15 to 30 minutes.
Brokers and exchanges have begun rolling out “self-service” portals that allow clients to choose data and services on an a la carte basis. Opinions vary on whether they are the Holy Grail or a poisoned chalice.
Implementing governance structure for new US public equities datafeeds within a year is highly unlikely, say industry observers.
Community group that includes JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, Amazon, and the CME plans to showcase over a year’s worth of work in a bid to drive broader adoption of the digital rights language.
Anthony explains why he thinks ESG will play a major role in the anticipated market data consolidation that’s to come. He also looks at moves made by some exchanges to cut out the data vendor middleman.
Increasingly, exchanges are trying to get closer to their customers, in a bid to better understand how they use market data. This move may come at the expense of data vendors that are being gradually squeezed out of the exchange-client relationship.
While last week it was announced that Exegy and Vela are merging, Anthony says that the deal is only a sign of what’s to come in the market data space. He also poses some questions about the LSE raising its Sedol fees.
The deal will create growth synergies between the vendors' trading systems, and provide an execution capability based on Exegy's trading signals.