CQG, a Denver-based provider of technology for integrating market data, technical analysis and trade routing, has expanded its list of direct trading connections to enable its clients to trade futures through connectivity to the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW).
Traders can now use CQG’s platforms, including its flagship CQG Integrated Client, to place orders to trade the WIG20 contract as well as equity, FX, WIBOR, and T-bond futures contracts. In addition, CQG’s latest connection will enable its users to compare GPW contracts with other exchanges and access additional trading strategies not previously available.
CQG customers can currently access the market data of Central and Eastern Europe’s largest trading venue, while order routing will be available in Q2 of this year.
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CQG’s network of electronic trading gateways provide traders with market data, graphical analysis, and low-latency trading access to a global network of futures and options exchanges as well as fixed income and foreign exchange markets.
Pat Kenny, CQG’s Senior Vice President of Client Relations, said: “The Warsaw Stock Exchange, Central and Eastern Europe’s largest trading venue, will become a significant destination for CQG customers who want to capitalize on diverse global markets. We are excited to extend our relationship with the exchange in order to offer our customers more trading opportunities in the European markets.”
Małgorzata Zaleska, CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, added: “CQG offers Warsaw Stock Exchange market participants a unique set of tools to identify new strategies and execute trading in one of our most exciting product segments. CQG is a premier market data and trading specialist, and we are pleased that they will carry GPW market data alongside their already wide array of markets. Bringing CQG on board means that our flagship WIG20 futures contract, alongside our currency futures, single stock futures, STIRs etc. will go from strength to strength.”