Trading systems and connectivity provider Orc Software has introduced a new direct market access service to pan-Asian multi-product commodity and currency derivatives platform the Singapore Mercantile Exchange.
NYSE Euronext London, the UK-based listing venue for overseas firms launched on 14 July 2010 by exchange group NYSE Euronext, has admitted it may not see its first listing until 2011.
European buy-side traders will have to analyse the crossing mechanisms operated by investment banks in more detail if recommendations by the Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) to shake-up broker dark pools are followed through.
European multilateral trading facility BATS Europe has reported record European market share figures for July, as MTFs continue to gain ground against domestic exchanges.
French online retail broker Bourse Direct has signed up to trade on Equiduct, a pan-European retail-focused trading platform.
Europe's largest stock exchanges have so far struggled to stem the tide of market share flowing to multilateral trading facilities (MTFs) since the introduction of MiFID, but is their wisest response diversification or confrontation?
As part of the migration of derivatives exchange NYSE Liffe to its parent group’s Universal Trading Platform (UTP), connectivity technology provider Atrium Network has announced that UTP derivatives will be added to its platform, initially as a test environment.
Maker-taker pricing has become a well-established trading venue fee structure on both sides of the Atlantic in multiple asset classes and may soon be making its way to the Asia-Pacific region.
Trading technology provider ALGO Technologies has launched ALGO M2, a matching engine for execution venues with a mean roundtrip latency of 16 microseconds.
Pan-European multilateral trading facility (MTF) Chi-X Europe is among a number of trading venues that has reported substantial growth in Q1 2010, piling further pressure on domestic exchanges, which did not perform as strongly as some MTFs over the period.