Nutmeg Securities, a Connecticut-based broker, is replacing more than 25 Reuters Plus platforms in its institutional trading and research department. The users will now have version 6 of San Francisco-based Revere Data's RealTime market-data application. The system includes charts with technical studies, volume-weighted average price, and time-specific VWAP search and options displays, as well as Nasdaq market-depth displays and trading correlations.
London-based stock broking house Seymour Pierce is replacing its existing market-data display systems with financial data and news from QuoteTerminal. The service, from United Kingdom-based Knowledge Technology Solutions, delivers news, data and analysis from providers such as ComStock, Dow Jones Newswires, RNS News, and others.
Schretlen & Co, a Dutch private bank, has displaced Bloomberg and Reuters screens with 44 of the Advanced Version of MarketXSPro data terminals in five of its Holland offices. The bank, which is part of the Rabobank group, has connectivity to MarketXS' offsite ticker plant as well as available training sessions and user support. The terminals include Excel integration, technical charting, real-time global markets, local and international news and other customization.