In this guest blog, Greenwich Associates' Craig Viani ponders why equity trading trails the technological progress made in other industries.
Exchanges and ECNs Channel
The Asia Pacific Stock Exchange (APX) is changing its name to Sydney Stock Exchange.
According to Tabb Group's Equities LiquidityMatrix, month-over-month volume decreased 3% while year-over-year industry volume decreased 9%. Also, October 2015 had the smallest industry trade size in the last 10 years.
The global exchange industry is a work in progress, according to London Stock Exchange Group PLC Chief Executive Officer Xavier Rolet.
The two biggest exchange rivals are joining forces to push through a rule designed to curb trading that occurs off-board away from the public eye, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
OTC Markets is now providing REDI Technologies with real-time Level 1 and Level 2 NBBO trading data for distribution to the latter's buyside and sellside clients.
Canada's Omega ATS has opened its second trading venue in the Great White North -Lynx ATS. After receiving final approval and making all the tweaks and getting its trading technology in order, the new venue is officially open for business.
Nasdaq is on the precipice of changing the way some of its biggest customers trade on the bourse.
It's all but official now - BATS Global Markets and Direct Edge Holdings will become a unified company.
IntercontinentalExchange Group's Trade Vault Europe, its European trade repository, processed roughly 4.5 million trades across energy, agricultural commodities, metals, credit, interest rates and equity derivatives its first day.