The Taiwan Futures Exchange (TAIFEX) is planning to provide a real-time market data feed from March 23, 2020. The feed will be introduced at the same time as continuous trading on Taiwan’s stock market, which currently uses the call auction trading method during trading hours. TAIFEX’s existing data feed disseminates a snapshot of prices and volumes of the best five bids eight times a second. From March 2020, market participants and data vendors can choose to connect to the new real-time or existing data feed.
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TAIFEX Plans Real-time Market Data Feed
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