Citigroup Global Markets has announced a multi-yearmarket-data-services contract with Moneyline Telerate, a New York City-based market-data vendor. Citigroup will provide Active8, Moneyline's desktop-display application, to traders in its fixed-income division. Almost 2000 fixed-income traders will also have access to content from BrokerTec, TradeWeb and ICAP, among other market-data providers. In addition, traders will have access to real-time and historical pricing in page- and record-based via TelerateFeed Adapter. This data can be integrated into proprietary applications and viewed in multiple formats.
ComStock, a Harrison, N.Y.-based division of Interactive Data Corporation, is aligning with EasyScreen, a London-based trading-technology vendor. EasyScreen will integrate XpressFeed, Comstock's real-time, digital-data feed with its own dealing products and services. XpressFeed Level 2 data will be offered via EasyScreen's ASP service, Data Centre.
HillCast Technologies, an Austin, Texas-based vendor specializing in mobile solutions, has launched its newest mobile financial software, MidCast PRO. The product includes real-time streaming quotes from Telekurs. In addition, MidCast PRO features mobile alerting, trading and news provided by Telekurs, Comtex or the Associated Press. The solution is built with Microsoft .NET Compact framework, and will be available on Microsoft Windows Mobile software for Pocket PCs initially, and on a subscription-only basis.