Moneyline Telerate, a New York City-based market-data vendor, has agreed to commit more than $1 million to expand its agreement with Chicago-based HyperFeed Technologies, a provider of ticker-plant technology, software and managed services. The agreement is an extension of Moneyline's contract with HyperFeed for the latter to provide the former with a contract to license and deploy HyperFeed's MEPS and H!BOX ticker-plant technologies. The contract will now also extend to Moneyline's Crucible, an in-house ticker plant.
CMS WebView, a London-based market-data vendor, has claimed sole rights in mainland Europe to sell and support ProphetX, a market-price display system for energy and commodity traders. The agreement was made with DTN Market Access, the Omaha-based owner of ProphetX. CMS has not yet recruited sales agents to push the product throughout Europe.
Dow Jones Newswires has aligned with Prime-Tass, a Russian news agency, to release a Russian-language news service, DJ Forex. The service, which will focus on the foreign-exchange markets, is targeted at Russians trading in currencies. The content of the service will derive from Dow Jones' trading coverage in the U.S. dollar, yen euro and sterling, then translated into Russian by Prime-Tass editors. DJ Forex will be published about 120 times each day, and will operate from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. local Moscow time.