A case of terminal consolidation

Exchange connectivity

The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (Liffe) enjoyed a bumper 2001 – trading volumes soared 65% to 216 million contracts. Other exchanges have registered similar volume jumps upon changing from the traditional open-outcry trading format to an electronic platform.

Helping to make electronic trading possible are the exchange connectivity tools. Created by independent software vendors (ISVs), these software packages provide trading front-ends, enabling connectivity and

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