London Stock Exchange Upgrades Its Disaster Recovery Facilities

THE London Stock Exchange (LSE) has enhanced its disaster recover facilities in preparation for the launch of its new order-driven electronic trading system.

The LSE held rehearsals of its new system on the weekends last month (Dealing with Technology, October 3). It plans to go live with the new system, dubbed Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Services (SETS), on October 20.

SETS is expected to increase liquidity and provide trading opportunities that will allow additional institutional investor

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