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big xyt adds MiFID II Liquidity Dashboards to Liquidity Cockpit

big xyt has added dashboards to its Liquidity Cockpit that are designed to support discovery of high-quality liquidity within the MiFID II landscape. Users can view and compare reported systematic internaliser (SI) volumes, which can then be filtered by adjusted conditions or analysed by time, region or symbol. This facilitates comparisons with other market activity such as Large-in-Scale (LIS) trades and the impact of Double Volume Caps (DVCs) on liquidity dispersion over time.

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