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Trading Technologies Launches TT Splicer for Enhanced Multi-Leg Spread Trading

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Trading Technologies (TT) has unveiled TT Splicer, an addition to its suite of TT Premium Order Types, designed to facilitate synthetic multi-leg spread trading. The tool allows users to create and manage synthetic multi-leg instruments across any exchange, even those where such products are not listed. Through the integration with TT’s proprietary algorithms, TT Splicer offers seamless order execution, real-time tracking of all transactions, and dynamic risk management through custom ratios.

TT Splicer leverages TT’s Autospreader to coordinate trade legs across co-located servers, seamlessly managing order execution. TT Premium Order Types are execution algos driven by quantitative modelling, fully integrated with the TT platform.

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