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London Metal Exchange Partners Trading Technologies

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The London Metal Exchange has partnered Trading Technologies (TT) to supply the exchange’s trading participants with direct access to the exchange via the TT front-end interface. TT will replace the LME’s current GUI when its new trading platform launches in 2021. Delivered via software-as-a-service, the TT platform will provide LME members and members’ clients around the world with connectivity to the exchange from virtually any location and device. Members and clients will have access to TT’s trading tools, including the MD Trader ladder, options trading functionality, and TT mobile apps for Android and iOS.

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