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Striving to be the most customer friendly provider of financial terminals, Infront has included several sources of free market data to its customers. With Infront, you get access to more than 2500 global and free indices from providers such as Bats Europe, Morningstar, The Freedom Index Company and SIX. In the terminal, you can follow the indices in real-time, view historical charts, see constituents or compare with other assets or indices.
Users of the Infront terminal can now access a series of real-time benchmark indices from the pan-European stock exchange Bats.
CACEIS has successfully implemented a new market data and trading solution from Infront, enabling institutional clients to take advantage of Infront’s fast and easy-to-use DMA trading platform for equities, futures and options.
Today Oslo Børs is launching a new product providing details of the 50 largest shareholders in Norwegian companies listed at Oslo Børs. As an Infront professional user subscribing to equity real time data, you will have access to the Top50 shareholder structure already - making Infront the first financial market data vendor to provide this service.
Indexes from the Freedom Index Company are now included in the Infront terminal. With the integration, the independent Freedom indexes are more accessible for benchmarking, allowing asset managers to compare and historically analyse with charts and other extensive market data directly on the Infront terminal.
As of today, users with access to Nasdaq Nordic Fixed Income Totalview will automatically get access to the bond analytics service provided by Nasdaq Nordic Exchange.
We are pleased to announce that SEAQ Level II from London Stock Exchange is now available in Infront.
We’re pleased to announce that Markit iTraxx Europe family indices are now available in the Infront terminal.
Speaking at a recent industry event in London, a senior market data manager said that the lack of competition in today’s financial desktop space meant that contract negotiations with data vendors involve only two elements: (1) what you can do with the data over the course of the contract, and (2) what you can do with the data after the contract expires. Since both were the responsibility of legal, the role of the market data manager was reduced to just getting the best price possible. Sound familiar?