Automated Trader Updates
First Published 11th May 2012
Automated Trader appoints new editor, RTD Tango QUANT announced, NASDAQ OMX launches U.S. equity options, Reuters FX Buzz debuts, LME issues transaction update, Markit acquires Cadis, Orc connects to Indian Exchanges, Indata announcesiPM Connect, J.P. Morgan introduces Trade Status Dashboard, FIA EPTA requests facts not emotion
Big news from Automated Trader this week as we announce the appointment of our new editor, Adam Cox. Adam joins us from Reuters news agency, where he specialised in financial markets and ran large editorial teams in London, Singapore and Stockholm during a 20-year period.
Adam's initial remit is to lead and strengthen the editorial team and extend the breadth and depth of Automated Trader's online and magazine content. Click HERE for more information on the appointment.
Other industry news this week: RTS launched RTD Tango QUANT, a new product designed specifically for Quant traders, NASDAQ OMX is to launch a retail market for U.S. equity options, Thomson Reuters announced FX Buzz - an intraday FX analysis and commentary service, and FXall extended its hosting agreement with Savvis. Meanwhile the London Metal Exchange issued a transaction update, possible purchasers are currently said to include HKEx (who have made a bid), CME Group, and NYSE Liffe.
Nordic bank Swedbank selected Numerix CrossAsset analytics platform, Portware purchased tech assets from Aritas (formerly Pipeline), financial information vendor Markit is to acquire EDM specialist Cadis, Orc is to provide market gateways to two Indian Exchanges, and Indata announced iPM Connect, a new cloud offering designed to focus on both cost and improved infrastructure for buy side firms.
Actant's ExStream integrated with Interactive Brokers execution technologies, TradingScreen launched real-time TCA Tools for multiple asset classes,and J.P. Morgan introduced single format Trade Status Dashboard.
And finally a plea to European
Regulators from the FIA EPTA for regulation based on facts not
click here for more on this
increasingly hot topic.