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Advanced Trading takes you on an exclusive tour of Abel Noser’s New York trading floor, where the agency broker known for transaction cost analysis, is customizing algorithms for the buy side, while growing its fixed income trading and transitions business.
FlexTrade Integrates EMS with OneMarketDataApril 15, 2013The integration with OneMarketData's single solution for complex event processing and tick data will enable users of FlexTrade's EMS to develop strategies based on real-time and historical data.
Thomson Reuters Revenue Outlook DisappointsFebruary 13, 2013Thomson Reuters'
revenue forecast for 2013 failed to impress Wall Street
and the shares fell 3 percent, overshadowing bullish remarks
from Chief Executive James Smith that his turnaround plan was
ConvergEx to Sell OMS/EMS Platforms to TPG CapitalJanuary 23, 2013The brokerage firm signed a definitive agreement to sell its popular software business consisting mainly of Eze Castle Software and RealTick to a private equity firm, TPG Capital, which will "create two optimal businesses," the company said.
Investors Swarm into Stock ETFs Amid "Fiscal Cliff" Hopes—LipperNovember 30, 2012Investors in U.S.-based
funds have pumped the most new money into stock exchange-traded
funds since mid-September, while adding to bond funds amid
growing optimism U.S. lawmakers will avoid the looming "fiscal
cliff" of tax hikes and spending cuts.
Protecting Your Trading Desk From the Next Tech-Driven CrashNovember 16, 2012After several technology incidents and mini-flash crashes pointing out the risks inherent in computerized trading, institutional traders and sell side desks are examining how they can protect their orders from getting caught up in the next debacle.
OMS-EMS Retool as Clients Face New RegsOctober 25, 2012In the face of lower volumes, OMS and EMS are seizing opportunities as buy side clients need to upgrade their systems to comply with complex regulations and trade new asset classes electronically.
The Buy Side Wrestles with the OMS-EMS DilemmaOctober 24, 2012In the midst of a bad economy and lower trading volumes, the buy side balances the need to cut costs and consolidate OMS and EMS platforms, while chasing the best integrated solution.