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Since machine readable news feeds first emerged, solutions have evolved that cover many of the globe's most prominent market moving economic events (such as US Non-Farm Payroll) and make them instantly tradable on major US and European markets. While this is of course valuable in generating...
Machine readable news has been with us for a while now and has moved into the mainstream as an input to traders’ alpha and execution models. To date, the majority of services have primarily focused on major economic announcements, but traders are already looking for more from providers in...
Wall Street & Technology
Speed is money
Machine-readable corporate news means competitive edge for traders
In the ultracompetitive financial environment, high-frequency trading is widespread, and margins for individual players are shrinking. With trading speeds now measured in milliseconds, algorithmic (algo) and high frequency traders must tap new strategies and techniques to quickly identify...
Machine-readable news offers first mover advantage to algo traders
Deutsche Börse’s algo news feed AlphaFlash focuses on market moving data, lowest latency and global access.
Algorithmic or high frequency trading and machine-readable news have been hot topics for quite awhile. Nevertheless, a closer look reveals that the majority of algo traders actually do not use machine-readable news (yet). They limit their data input to pricing and trading data.
Australian Banking & Finance
Machine-readable news as a source of alpha
Deutsche Börse’s algo news feed AlphaFlash delivers market moving macroeconomic indicators and corporate news, writes Georg Gross, the company’s head of front office data and analytics.