The API will provide the data in a common format, allowing institutions—such as quantitative and systematic hedge funds, high-frequency traders, investment banks, investment managers, central banks and regulators—to “answer their own questions from the data,” says BMLL chief executive John Macpherson.
The vast and ever-growing volumes of market data already available will never be processed efficiently, if at all, without machine learning and the assistance it provides, which is driving asset
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