Deutsche Börse Group has launched the new market data product Eurex Order by Order Futures + Options.
New Market Data Feed Introduces Full Transparency for Eurex Options
April 4, 2019
Deutsche Börse Group has launched the new market data product Eurex Order by Order Futures + Options. This data product makes available the entire visible Eurex order book for both futures and options for the first time. Previously, this depth of market data was available for futures only. Eurex, owned by Deutsche Börse, is a leading international derivatives marketplace that offers about 2,200 products across a comprehensive range of asset classes.
“Eurex Order by Order Futures + Options provides customers with a full trading picture by making information on all individual orders immediately available. This is important input, particularly for clients using computerised processes,“ said Hartmut Graf, Head of Data Services, Deutsche Börse.
Eurex Order by Order Futures + Options includes side, price, timestamp and displayed quantity of each visible order and quote, trade price and traded quantity for each executed on-exchange trade, as well as trading status of each product and corresponding series.
Eurex Order by Order Futures + Options is disseminated via the high-speed multicast data feed CEF Ultra+ Eurex Order by Order Futures + Options and via vendors.
About Deutsche Börse – Market Data + Services
In the area of data, Deutsche Börse Group is one of the world’s leading service providers for the securities industry with products and services for issuers, investors, intermediaries, and data vendors. The Group’s portfolio covers the entire value chain in the financial business. The business unit Market Data + Services is part of Deutsche Börse’s Post-Trading, Data & Index division and encompasses the Group’s extensive market data and index offering as well as regulatory services. The product and service range includes real-time and historical data from the Group’s trading venues Eurex and Xetra as well as from cooperation partners. It also spans more than 10,000 indices including the STOXX® and DAX® index families, the Regulatory Reporting Hub offering as well as reference data for more than 1,700,000 securities.
Source: Deutsche Börse Cash Market