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PLUS Markets Chooses NETbuilder for Market Analysis

PLUS Markets Chooses NETbuilder to Support Trading Volume Increase

PLUS Markets Group (PLUS), the new stock exchange for London, has chosen LANDmark Market Data for market analysis. LANDmark is provided by NETbuilder, a technology and consulting vendor to the financial services sector.

PLUS has seen a 96.64% increase in trading activity from January 2008 to January 2009. The exchange trades over 7,500 securities on its platform and selected NETbuilder’s LANDmark Market Data to support the increase in its trading volumes moving into 2009. The LANDmark Market Data delivers a range of analytical tools to PLUS to support its data and increase in market share.

In a company release Carla Bonenberg, Strategic Business Analyst, PLUS, notes, “We selected NETbuilder for a number of reasons, primarily, because of its expertise in financial services and because NETbuilder’s LANDmark Market Data is a cost-effective and flexible solution. We are seeing a very healthy increase in trading volumes and we need to ensure our statistical monitoring is as good as it can be.”

Roger Golesworthy, Director, Financial Services, NETbuilder, adds in the release, “We are very excited to be working with PLUS. Whether you need an Investor Relations web page, or you require real-time consolidated order book, LANDmark Market Data is the solution. We deliver prices and news from most of the major exchanges in a wide variety of formats. We look forward to a good relationship with the team at PLUS.”

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