Trading Venues

TradingScreen prepares for Chi-X Australia launch

Trading technology and execution management systems provider TradingScreen is to provide a combined picture of stock liquidity of local equities jointly listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and new venue Chi-X Australia when it launches, on 31 October 2011.

Equiduct plots Italian job amid Q3 growth

Equiduct, the retail-focused pan-European regulated market, has revealed plans to extend its services to Italy as well as strong Q3 volumes.

TSE sets date for new futures and options platform

The Tokyo Stock Exchange is to launch its 'Next Tdex+ System' for futures and options trading, together with a third-generation system for the trading of stock and corporate bonds.

Bloomberg launches SEF ahead of Dodd-Frank

Bloomberg Fixed Income Trading has launched ALLQ Derivatives as the first commingled trading platform for over-the-counter swap trading.

TSE not to blame for Kabu failure

Last week's announcement of the demise of alternative venue pioneer Kabu.com surprised few in the Tokyo market, though the official explanation given by the company for why it will cease operations at the end of next month did raise a few eyebrows.

BM&F Bovespa chooses Nasdaq OMX for market surveillance

Brazilian exchange BM&F Bovespa and Brazilian self-regulatory organisation Bovespa Market Supervision are to use Nasdaq OMX's SMARTS Integrity market surveillance platform to monitor trading across their equities and commodities platforms.