Today's financial markets are as much a matter of geographical design as fundamental structure, where correlations can be triangulated on a map.
The initiative reduces latency between the two main cash markets for US Treasuries.
Perseus clients will be able to receive data and trade on Nasdaq and eSpeed alongside related markets, such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Nasdaq says IPC's service at eSpeed's primary datacenter was impacted by a power issue.
Data consumers and vendors are seeking to apply strategies and technologies from equities to other markets.
eSpeed's treasury platform is the first fixed income market for which Redline has added support to its feed handlers and ticker plant.
Officials say the addition of Brokertec and eSpeed is in response to increased electronification of bond markets.
With coverage of our Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference taking center stage in this week’s Inside Market Data, debating new initiatives such as the planned Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect program—and its unexpected, indefinite delay—and the…
Nasdaq OMX is set to release a new market data feed for its eSpeed fixed income platform on Sept. 30, based on its ITCH data protocol, to provide algorithmic and high-frequency trading firms with a higher-performance alternative for distributing data on…
Low-latency market data provider Quincy Data has added equity and energy futures data from the IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) and US Treasury bond data from Nasdaq’s eSpeed electronic bond trading platform to its Quincy Extreme Data microwave service, to…
One day after reporting the successful completion of migrating its eSpeed electronic treasuries market to the Nasdaq OMX datacenter in Carteret, NJ, Nasdaq experienced an interruption in eSpeed data this morning, May 29.
Nasdaq OMX's eSpeed US treasuries trading platform has completed its migration to Nasdaq's datacenter in Carteret, NJ, resulting in a 100 microsecond improvement in market data distribution, and a 25 percent improvement in roundtrip order-entry response…
eSpeed, the electronic trading platform for the US fixed-income market, acquired by the Nasdaq OMX group in April 2013, has completed its migration to the Nasdaq OMX data center in Carteret, New Jersey.
Chicago-based trading technology provider InfoReach has integrated market data from Nasdaq OMX's eSpeed fixed income market into its trading application to support direct execution on eSpeed.
Nasdaq OMX has announced that it will purchase BGC Partners' US treasuries-trading platform, eSpeed,for $750 million and contingent stock issuance.