Market data provider Barchart has closed a partnership agreement with Singaporean information and data marketplace DataStreamX.
The deal will make the US company the first one to offer clients price-based data on equities, futures, and indices via DataStreamX. Clients of the marketplace will also have access to Barchart’s end-of-day and historical market data that covers global equities, and futures and indices in Europe and North America, Barchart said in a statement.
Access to 15 Exchanges
Initially, end-of-day and historical market data – such as daily updates, minute data and tick-based information – will be available for ten exchanges trading futures. These include Comex, Numex, Eurex, CME, CBOT, MGEX, Euronext, as well as ICE Europe, ICE Canada, and ICE US.
For global equities data, Barchart and DataStreamX will offer data from NYSE, AMEX, Nasdaq, BATS, and the London Stock Exchange. North American indices to be covered under the partnership comprise of Dow Jones, S&P, CBOE and Nasdaq.
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In the future, more exchanges will be added to the lineup
In the future, more exchanges will be added to the lineup, Barchart said.
Commenting on the deal, Barchart’s Managing Director Mark Haraburda said that the company had picked the Singaporean marketplace because, “DataStreamX provides extensive access to secure, innovative and quality data through their online marketplace with simple integration and compatibility for its users.”
DataStreamX’s Chief Executive Officer Mike Davie said: “Barchart is a leader in market intelligence data. The extensive coverage aligns well with DataStreamX’s global reach.”