New for traders: Technology

January 17, 2010 06:00 PM

ACTIV Financial is extending its connectivity to Atrium Network to consume and distribute CME Group real-time data across the platform.

Morningstar introduced a Morningstar Mobile application for iPhone and iPod Touch.

CQG, Inc. and Kyte Group have entered into a global software licensing agreement to make CQG’s trading software available to its customers and internal trading desks. CQG also announced access to real-time market data through the BlackBerry wireless platform.

RealTick integrated the latest suite of global equity algorithms and futures execution capabilities from Deutsche Bank into its trading platform.

Interactive Data Corporation has signed an agreement to acquire 7ticks, LLC. Interactive Data Corporation also released Market-Q 3.2.;

Portware has connected to Chi-X Canada, an alternative trading system for TSX-listed securities.

RTS Realtime Systems Group now offers comprehensive hosted access to London Stock Exchange group markets.

Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT) and Mizuho Securities USA Inc. (MSUSA) expanded their global relationship. MSUSA and TT will co-market TT's X_TRADER order-entry software to MSUSA’s existing and prospective global customer base.

Interactive Brokers (IB) introduced TWS for BlackBerry, which provides electronic access to IB accounts from a BlackBerry.

Chi-X Global Technology, LLC will use messaging technology from 29West in the market data delivery infrastructure of its MarketPrizm service.

Tradingsim, a web-based trading simulator that loads directly in your browser, has launched.

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