By Nina Mehta
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission took a step toward improving its oversight of equity and options markets, contracting for a system that collects quote and trade data sold mainly to private users.
Regulators will be able to tap into real-time feeds of orders, quotes and transactions that are generated by exchange companies such as NYSE Euronext (NYX) and CBOE Holdings Inc. (CBOE) and were, until now, used primarily by banks and automated trading firms. Tradeworx Inc., a high-frequency firm and technology vendor in Red Bank, New Jersey, is delivering a platform to compile the data under an SEC contract.
cboe holdings inc., tradeworx inc., red bank, nyse euronext, u.s. securities and exchange commission, technology, new jersey, economy of the united states, chicago board options exchange, new york stock exchange, euronext
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