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News & Commentary
Content tagged with Exchanges posted in March 2005
Electronic Trading Newsflashes: DrKW Taps FFastFill to Run Direct-Market Access to Futures and Options Exchanges, and more
News  |  3/24/2005  | 
DrKW Taps FFastFill to Run Direct-Market Access to Futures and Options Exchanges; CME Upgrades Handhelds to Grow Electronic Options Markets; Tick Data Expands Historical Data Coverage to London Stock Exchange; Thomson Provides Access to CSFB's AES Suite of Algorithms via AutEx; Schwab Cuts Options Trading Fees
Interacting With Algorithms
News  |  3/22/2005  | 
Miletus Trading, a quantitative broker that specializes in algorithmic trading, introduced a Web-based interface that enables buy-side traders to interact with the broker's algorithms.
Operations Newsflashes: Omgeo Promotes Ball-Toncic, and more
News  |  3/22/2005  | 
Omgeo Promotes Ball-Toncic; LaSalle Bank Expands Xcitek's XSP License for Corporate Actions; FMCNet Joins SWIFT Network for Securities Messaging; Lupus alpha Picks ADP Wilco's SWIFT Service Bureau
FX Market Adopts E-Trading Platforms
News  |  3/22/2005  | 
Sixty percent of the $621 billion inter-dealer market for global spot foreign exchange is traded electronically and that figure will increase to 90 percent in 2007, according to Celent Communications.
Compliance Newsflashes: NASD Hosts Compliance and Technology Conference, and more
News  |  3/21/2005  | 
NASD Hosts Compliance and Technology Conference; Providus and FileNet to Integrate Operational Risk Management Solution and Content Management Platform
Trading Briefs: MarketXS Releases MarketXSPro Version 2.6.2, and more
News  |  3/17/2005  | 
MarketXS Releases MarketXSPro Version 2.6.2; GL TRADE Offers Service Bureau Connectivity to the IPE; CME Reaches All-Time High of 3.8 Million Contracts Traded Electronically; Instinet Joins With LatentZero to Offer Algorithmic Trading Services
The International Securities Exchange Goes Public
News  |  3/10/2005  | 
All eyes are on the industry's first electronic options exchange as other exchanges ponder going public. In an interesting twist, the ISE chose to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange, a floor-based market.
Electronic Trading Newsflashes: ITG Integrates Its Algorithms and Crossing Networks With ESP’s DMA Network, and more stories
News  |  3/10/2005  | 
ITG Integrates Its Algorithms and Crossing Networks With ESP's DMA Network; DrKW to Provide Electronic Book-Building System; Wombat Delivers Five Feed Handlers for Direct-Access to Exchanges; INET Phases Out Nasdaq's Act for Risk Management and Clearing; BT Acquires Radianz From Reuters
Reuters Sheds Bridge Trading in Sale to Instinet Group
News  |  3/3/2005  | 
Reuters is selling Bridge Trading to Instinet Group, its electronic brokerage subsidiary, as part of a strategy to shed non-core assets. The deal could groom Instinet for sale, says an analyst.
Boston Stock Exchange Moves Ticker App to Linux
News  |  3/3/2005  | 
For the Boston Stock Exchange to remain competitive, its ticker-processing software must provide brokers with a constant feed of data. If this flow of information wavers, traders lose out.
The Battle Over Index Options
Commentary  |  3/1/2005  | 
An industry source reminded me recently that major events happen in the financial industry for three reasons: fear, greed and regulation.

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