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December 14, 2009
Comprehensive tick-storage and analysis solution for real-time data
LONDON, Dec. 14 -- NYSE Technologies, the commercial technology division of NYSE Euronext (NYX) and a world leader in ultra low-latency market data distribution, today announced that CMC Markets, a global leader in spread betting trading strategies, has selected the OneTick tick capture and time-series analysis application. OneTick's functionality gives CMC the ability to create sophisticated historical simulations used for developing effective trading strategies and building precise transaction cost models.
"NYSE Technologies is pleased to work with a world renowned firm like CMC to develop and implement a state-of-the-art data analysis tool that will offer CMC customers the ability to act upon the deepest, most flexible market information available," said Tony McManus, head of trading solutions at NYSE Technologies. "OneTick is designed to consistently and reliably provide customers with superior access to current and historical market information to maximize their algorithms and trading strategies."
"As one of the top spread-betting firms, we are focused on securing the lowest latency market data service and tick capture solution available and we've found that in the OneTick product and NYSE Technologies," said Asif Adatia, CIO of CMC Markets. "We use exchange market data internally to create a CMC price that is then quickly and efficiently distributed to our clients. NYSE Technologies helps us create the most competitive price with the best spreads across multiple exchanges and products."
Through NYSE Technologies, CMC Markets can now offer their customers the benefits of OneTick, the enterprise level tick capture and time series analysis solution that provides tick by tick historical analysis functionality. NYSE Technologies is an authorized value-added reseller of OneTick, a best-of-breed product that specifically addresses the tick data needs across an entire business enterprise including algorithmic and low touch trading, pre and post-trade analysis and statistical arbitrage.
Available as a fully-supported product within NYSE Technologies' solutions portfolio, OneTick can be effectively deployed as a stand alone system or as a fully-integrated component within the award-winning* NYSE Technologies' Market Data Platform.
*NYSE Technologies' Market Data Platform voted "Most Innovative Market Data Latency Solution" Financial-i: Leaders in Innovation Awards, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
About CMC Markets
The CMC Markets Plc group ('CMC Markets') is a market maker in online retail financial services and both a global leader in the provision of contracts for difference (CFDs) and one of the largest financial spread betting service providers in the UK.
About NYSE Technologies
A division of NYSE Euronext (NYX), NYSE Technologies provides comprehensive transaction, data and infrastructure services and managed solutions for buy-side, sell-side and exchange communities that require next-generation performance and expertise for mission critical and value-added client services. This division operates four units: the Global Connectivity unit, offering one of the world's largest, most reliable financial transaction networks connecting firms and exchanges worldwide; the Trading Solutions unit, which creates and implements high performance, end-to-end messaging software and real-time market data distribution and integration products; the Exchange Solutions unit, which provides multi-asset exchange platform services, managed services and expert consultancy; and the Global Market Data unit, which offers a broad array of global market information products covering multiple asset classes. With offices across the U.S., Europe, and Asia, NYSE Technologies' advanced integrated solutions for a wide range of services has earned the ability to power the trading operations of global financial institutions and exchanges. For additional information, visit http://www.nyse.com/technologies.
Source: NYSE Technologies
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