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Market Data Scrutinized by Regulators – A “Consolidated Tape” for Europe?
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which regulates markets in the UK, sent out a press release hinting it might change rules concerning market data after
Financial Data Should Be Shared (Someone Tell Legacy Data Providers).
Financial data users have been frustrated for years by the restrictions legacy data providers have put in their contracts to prohibit the sharing of data
Investment Funds Data Expanded by DIH.
Data In Harmony (DIH) recently expanded its Investment Funds data offering to include NAVs, reference data, and corporate actions for Unit Trusts and Open-Ended Investment
Market Data Pricing Discrepancies Exposed.
Are you paying 5X more than your competitors (with your AUM) for the same exact data? Mike Carrodus and his colleagues at Substantive Research investigated
3 Problems in Municipal Bond Data (And How to Avoid Them)
Having timely, complete, and accurate municipal bond data is critical for many essential functions in the life cycle of investing in municipal bonds: trade execution
Crypto Holdings Data Helps You Understand YOUR Exposure to Volatile Digital Assets.
Cryptocurrencies, despite their volatility, have become commonplace in the portfolios of both retail and institutional investors. More and more securities have crypto holdings. But do
Why Price Data and Reference Data Keep the Buy-Side Up at Night.
Ever wonder what keeps your competition up at night? If you work on the buy-side and are either responsible for onboarding/processing data or are an
DIH Expands Its Level 3 Depth of Book Data Metrics to Help Firms Better Understand the Full Market Microstructure Liquidity Picture
DIH has expanded its Level 3 depth of book data offering to include more than 280 metrics you can receive via bulk file download or
3 Out of 4 Buy-Side Firms Say They Want Level 3 Order Book Data — But Why?
WBR Insights recently published a survey of buy-side firms, and these takeaways caught my eye: 74% of respondents say they use Level 3 order book
It’s Not Too Late to Stop the CME from Becoming a Monopoly
The CME has been accused of misusing its power, after the exchange announced plans to start charging fees for data that had been free —
BMLL Solidifies Footprint in the US through Partnership with DIH
BMLL Data Lab and Data Feed now available to US capital markets participants via DIH London, Austin, TX (Nov. 12, 2020) — BMLL, the award-winning
8 out of 10 Active Mangers Fail to Beat Their Benchmark – This Could Help
Active fund managers face a big challenge — consistently picking winners and avoiding losers is very hard to do. How big is the problem? According
DIH to Offer Financial Clients Trendrating’s Trend Capture Analytics
Data In Harmony partners with leading analytics and technology provider Trendrating to offer the company’s trend capture ratings data and analytics to benefit DIH’s institutional
Bankruptcies — What You Need to Know
The Coronavirus pandemic is driving a huge increase in the number of companies filing for bankruptcy. Corporate bankruptcies in the USA are up 76% through
5 Ways to Reduce Data Costs
As with past crises, COVID-19 is likely causing you to consider how you can reduce your data costs. Now is a great time to act
COVID-19 & Your Data – Are You Ready for What’s Next?
I hope you, your colleagues and your families are healthy and staying safe. I’m happy to report that everyone at Data In Harmony (DIH) is
MiFID II Will Test Firms’ Reference Data. Are You Ready?
As we’re sure you know, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) was implemented by European policymakers after the 2008 financial crisis. The latest update,
Voting Rights & Banning Companies with Multi-Class Shares from Indexes
It’s been an eventful few weeks in the world of index constituents, specifically which types of companies will be permitted in broad stock indices. Two
Alternative Data: Your Edge to Finding Alpha?
Buy-side firms have unprecedented access to data, and powerful tools to analyze that data. This is a good thing. However, if everyone has access to