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Bright Future for Routing Systems? Some Expect Electronic Networks to Become

Traders Magazine, November 1999

Peter Chapman

Volume is low, but electronic order routing networks have plenty of cheerleaders. Network executives say volume should rise when more dealers and institutions discover the networks' efficiency.

"Order routing is still in its infancy, but it's starting to go mainstream," said John Spensieri, product manager at AutEx/TradeRoute, adding that trades on the network have grown from 1,000 trades to 3,000 today.

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