The US futures market maintains relatively centralized liquidity. Still, understanding the market structure ensures you have defined feed set requirements.
Despite being one of the largest expenses for financial services firms, relatively few take the time to learn about the intricacies of market data. The topic warrants a much closer…
Open interest is a valuable indicator for trend direction and strength in the options market. It also can help traders save with the OPRA feed.
Market data is the third largest expense for many banks and broker-dealers. Understanding fees can help firms with infrastructure planning and budgeting.
We give an overview of the different financial market data providers and assess some of the trade-offs between each type.
We outline the basics any financial professional should understand – including feed features, a comparison of similar feeds, and the fees associated with them.
Know what market data you use and how it fits within your firm’s strategy to ensure proper market data budgeting.
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