The pandemic has caused setbacks in electronification and streaming in the US government bonds market.
The Investors Exchange is now looking to propose a second new order type for NBBO non-mid liquidity.
The comms and networking provider is expanding its service after partnering with OpenFin.
Tier-1 corporate bond dealers are still holding out from contributing their quote and pricing data to the two-year-old platform.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The new tool, called the Blotter, will be a window into unstructured audio data as a form of operational alpha for the buy and sell sides.
The already-developed bot is now awaiting incremental testing before it goes into production within six months.
The RFQ model is part of a growing trend towards electrification in the repo markets.
A look at the massive tech projects (and legal battles) underway at the NYSE, which are being led by Stacey Cunningham.
As European market participants bemoan the lack of a consolidated tape, a senior SEC executive debunks the idea that a pan-European tape, similar to the US, will resolve issues around data access and costs.
Questions of price discovery and centralized infrastructure point to an asset class that may have to lose its rebellious luster to become more widely accepted.
Automated hedging service aims to jump-start liquidity at start-up venues, using proprietary mechanics to minimize slippage and boost profitability.
Authorization enables Bloomberg to continue servicing its EU27 client base following Brexit.
The vendor uses a microservices framework to deliver solutions to a wide range of capital-markets firms.
Institutional investors want to enter the crypto space but the lack of infrastructure around guaranteed latency and access to real-time market data is hindering a wider entry into the field. By Emilia David
The application allows users to glean real-time price data from transcriptions of calls between traders and counterparties.
With Mifid II's deadline in the rear-view mirror, Hamad Ali gives a "State of the Union" for the fixed-income market and electronic trading platforms.
Officials say the move will make it easier for Canadian investors to identify investment opportunities and trade on OTC Markets in the US.
Barclays and Credit Suisse have signed up as liquidity providers.
The solution will help Saigon Securities build liquidity of its covered warrant products, and allow it to deal with the complexities around T+2 settlement.
After a rocky finish to 2016, the London-headquartered fintech firm appears to have stabilized and is looking to the future.
Modular extension for SI compliance to Ullink OMS aims to simply quoting process for brokers under new regulations.
New platform offers liquidity and venue aggregation for asset managers active in the fixed-income markets
Chris Davis explains why derivatives dealers are wary of new quoting requirements under Mifid II.