Redline Trading Solutions, a provider of market data and order execution systems for the automated trading community, has extended the support of its InRush accelerated ticker capabilities to Nasdaq’s eSpeed, the exchange’s executable central limit order book for e-trading across fixed income and US Treasuries, according to a Redline statement.
Redline Trading has catered to the broader investment community with its comprehensive solutions, whose market data suite now covers nearly every major asset class, including equities, options, futures, foreign exchange (FX) and fixed income.
The new support of Nasdaq’s eSpeed is important as Redline customers will now be afforded access to one of the largest fixed income trading venues in the world, as well as the increased exposure to an assortment of T-Bills, T-Notes, T-Bonds, and US Treasury Floating Rate Notes options.
Collectively, Redline now supports market data from across 130 global venues – the latest addition of Nasdaq’s eSpeed will also help enable the support of latency-sensitive trading strategies via the InRush API.
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A growing number of our clients are interested in electronic trading of U.S. Treasuries, which attracted us to partner with Nasdaq eSpeed
According to Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading Solutions, in a recent statement on the addition of Nasdaq, “A growing number of our clients are interested in electronic trading of U.S. Treasuries, which attracted us to partner with Nasdaq eSpeed, a leading global provider and pioneer of electronic access for fixed income trading.
“Our high-performance market data technology, coupled with the highly efficient Nasdaq eSpeed protocol, offers our clients improved market insights, performance, and trading opportunities,” he added.
“Through this collaboration, Redline clients can now benefit from Nasdaq eSpeed’s support for low-latency connectivity and the ability to drill down to the micro-structure of the market for analysis,” added Oliver Albers, Vice President Global Information Services, Nasdaq OMX.
Nasdaq has been aggressively extending its solutions and capabilities to myriad technology providers and trading venues globally in H2 2015, including Mexico’s new trading bourse. Earlier this month, the Bolsa Institucional de Valores (BIVA) adopted Nasdaq’s (NASDAQ:NDAQ) X-stream Trading technology along with the US exchange’s SMARTS surveillance service.