GFI to offer price data on S&P Comstock

Rating agency and financial information provider Standard & Poor’s has teamed up with New-York based brokerage and data provider GFI to deliver GFI’s real-time market data on its Comstock feed. S&P will deliver GFI data on foreign exchange (FX) options, credit derivatives, energy derivatives, repo and cash bonds.

Comstock will initially feed GFI’s FX option volatility surfaces and trade data, sourced directly from GFI's brokerage desks. The service is due for imminent launch, said a GFI spokesperson.

S&P will offer the product to its existing client base, which includes retail and online brokers as well as online trading portals.

"Our alliance with Comstock allows GFI to leverage Comstock's highly reliable, resilient infrastructure and proven track record to host our real-time data feeds," said Howard San, GFI's market data product manager."

GFI raised $34 million in the past few weeks to develop its technology infrastructure and expand its existing business into FX, energy and credit.

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