Reuters: “Data is the lifeblood of financial markets today now more than ever - and that data is getting more and more valuable,” said Kevin McPartland.
FT: “This would be a bold move in the shift among exchanges away from the matching of buyers and sellers and into the business of selling information,” said Kevin McPartland.
Nasdaq: The data show that although trading economics are sometimes distorted by penny ticks, the market has mostly bundled and tiered charges so incentives are spread appropriately.
Bloomberg: When it comes to gaining that elusive trading edge, data is fast becoming the new frontier whether it comes from Fitbits, Rokus and Teslas or employment websites like Glassdoor.com.
MarketsMedia: Kevin McPartland noted that pressure on investment-management fees is a high-level catalyst for AI-enabled processes, as firms look to cut costs and gain efficiencies across the board.
P&I: "Bond ETFs were created to give individual investors easier access to bond markets, but they are increasingly being used as a tool by institutional investors, who have really pushed the growth of bond ETFs. Further growth is inevitable...
MarketsMedia: “Just as digitization has improved efficiency and transparency in other parts of the economy, the same will occur when capital markets move from issuing securities in dematerialized format to natively digital,” said Johnson.
Bloomberg: A survey of more than 550 European investment firms by Greenwich Associates shows private equity is the most-favored investment destination in the coming three years.
BeInCrypto: According to Greenwich Associates those investments saw a 70 percent increase from 2016’s numbers.