Gold-i Partners Thomson Reuters for MT4 Rate Feed Based on Elektron

Gold-i clients can now link Thomson Reuters' streaming pricing for currency pairs directly into their MetaTrader4 platforms

Gold-i, a trading systems integration specialist, just announced that it has partnered with Thomson Reuters to launch a new Rate Feed adapter for Thomson Reuters Elektron aimed at B-Book brokers.

Thomson Reuters Data Feed offers total latency of less than half a millisecond and is promoted by the firm as the only global fully managed service available in the market today. Its low-latency full-tick feeds are ideal for algorithmic trading programs and other high-speed machine-trading applications.

As of this month, Gold-i clients can link Thomson Reuters’ streaming pricing for currency pairs directly into their MetaTrader4 platforms.

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Bill Ruvo, Head of Real-Time Feeds, Thomson Reuters, comments, “As the retail FX market has matured, there is more of a requirement for institutional quality products and services. Thomson Reuters Elektron provides the low latency, consolidated access to the full breadth and depth of content needed to meet this requirement and we are pleased to partner with Gold-i to seamlessly provide this service to customers.”

Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i, added, “We are continuing to attract an increasing number of institutional clients and believe the Thomson Reuters rate feed will be very popular amongst this segment of the market. We are delighted that such a globally respected organisation as Thomson Reuters has welcomed Gold-i into its Solution Partner Community to serve MT4 brokers.”

In May, Gold-i in partnership with Confisio launched a regulatory reporting tool for MT4 brokers. Initial focus is on EMIR reporting, but Confisio’s products deal with post-trade processing and reporting in every jurisdiction in the world so the service can expand.

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