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QuantHouse Adds SpiderRock Data and Analytics to API Ecosystem

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QuantHouse has added SpiderRock Gateway Technologies’ proprietary data and analytics service including implied volatility and option prints to the 150+ data sources available through QuantHouse API. SpiderRock provides option analytics as a service delivered in a normalised binary format. As part of the offering, the company delivers implied volatility, greeks, risk slides, and volatility surfaces across US-listed equity and futures derivatives in a real-time feed that allows institutional clients to develop and enhance trading and risk management systems.

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