big xyt wins Outstanding Market Data Provider award at The Trade’s Leaders in Trading Awards

We’re delighted to announce that big xyt has won The TRADE’s Leaders in Trading award for Outstanding Market Data Provider. The Awards recognise the finest talent at asset managers, hedge funds, banks, brokers, exchanges and trading venues, and other technology vendors – many of those in attendance on the evening were our clients and peers from across the industry.

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big xyt appoints Anthony Huck as Head of the Americas

New York, September 21, 2022: big xyt, the independent provider of smart data and analytic solutions, has announced Anthony (Tony) Huck has joined their global executive team as Head of the Americas. Mr. Huck brings over three decades of expertise to big xyt as a widely regarded leader in the financial services industry. In previous roles, he was CEO of Score Priority (now Lime Financial), he served as President and COO of Lime Brokerage, and he has held senior executive positions at Royal Bank of Scotland, Citadel Securities, and Investment Technology Group (ITG).

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Product Update – EBBO Regains, Alternative Closing Mechanisms and Volume Profiles by Venue

We are pleased to inform you about the new dashboards introduced this week for the Liquidity Cockpit Enterprise user interface. These changes are driven by client requests alongside evolving market and regulatory change. We have introduced a further classification filter in our Alternative Closing Mechanisms (ACM) view so the following can be compared:

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big xyt to lead the discussions on data analytics for optimal execution at The Finance Hive Equities London event

We’re really looking forward to taking part in The Finance Hive Equities London Members Live Meeting next Wednesday 25 May. We’ll be leading the roundtable discussion ‘Leveraging the latest advancements in data analysis and analytics for optimal execution’.

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Johannesburg Stock Exchange launches innovative new equity market data analytics platform in collaboration with big xyt

JSE is first to market with online trading analytics for listed shares and ETFs, ready-made for daily use by traders, sales traders and senior business management London and Johannesburg big xyt, the independent provider of smart data and analytics solutions to the global trading and investment community, is pleased to announce that the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), the largest stock exchange in Africa, has deployed an innovative new information service leveraging big xyt’s Liquidity Cockpit for security analytics.

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big xyt is a proud sponsor of TradeTech Europe 2022

big xyt is a proud sponsor of TradeTech Europe 2022 on 11-12 May. Don’t miss Mark Montgomery’s panel alongside Vanguard Asset Management, Norges Bank Investment Management and Capital Group to learn about the advancements in enhanced execution analytics.

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Cowen Execution Services selects big xyt to support continued growth in European equities trading

Provides independent agency broker with improved market structure visibility and supports clients’ access to unique liquidity opportunities big xyt, the independent provider of smart data and execution analytics solutions to the global trading and investment community, has been selected by Cowen Execution Services Limited (CESL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Cowen Inc. (NASDAQ:COWN), to further strengthen Cowen’s European equities trading platform and help identify unique liquidity opportunities for its clients.

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European Equities Market Microstructure Survey Q1 2022

Trading turnover in European equities posted a new MiFID II era record in Q1, 34% higher than the four year average, as investors reacted to the cocktail of inflationary fears and war. Back in Q1 2020 it felt like we were watching a truly exceptional event but despite lower volatility, the markets managed to deliver something even more unpredictable. Please have a read of our latest European market microstructure and let us know your thoughts or ideas for any further investigations.

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Data deluge warnings

The amount of data produced globally continues to grow exponentially. Units such as Tera and Peta are no longer capturing the magnitude. As new terms such as Wispabytes and Crunchiebytes have been necessary, there are fears that the extent of this uncontrolled data production could soon have unintended consequences. Uncleansed data is not being disposed of, capacity levels are already being reached with clouds becoming saturated, and the inevitable precipitation could have irreversible effects. The Journal of Knowledge & Environmental Science (J.O.K.E.S.) has forecast that by 2030 there could be a film of excess data covering the whole of the earth’s surface.

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Volumes alert! European equities reach new records

Do you remember the optimism of the Santa Claus rally? Only a few months ago we were being entertained by stories of the S&P 500 in the high fives by year end (that would be a 30%+ rally from here) and post pandemic recoveries across the board. Then along comes the spectre of war, sanctions, and a cost of living crunch for households.

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