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Interactive Data Delivers Indicative Valuations for Exchange Traded Notes and Values for Market Indices

Interactive Data Corporation (booth # 1405) a leading provider of financial market data, analytics and related services, today announced that it can now deliver indicative intra-day valuations for exchange traded notes (ETNs) and values for market indices.

Interactive Data’s Basket Calculation ServiceSM, which also offers intra-day indicative optimized portfolio values (IOPVs) for equity and fixed income exchange traded funds (ETFs), has been expanded to calculate intraday ETN IOPVs and index values that include equities, fixed income securities, currencies and commodities every fifteen seconds.

This offering utilizes different market inputs, including real-time data from exchanges around the world, and can make this information available to the exchanges through PlusfeedSM, Interactive Data’s consolidated low latency digital datafeed. Interactive Data currently calculates and disseminates intra-day indicative valuations for baskets of securities to nine clients, including four of the five largest ETF sponsors, via the Basket Calculation Service.

“By expanding the Basket Calculation Service, we can provide financial institutions with critical intra-day information to help them broaden their range of ETFs, ETNs, indices and other exchange traded structures,” said Mark Hepsworth, president, Interactive Data Institutional Business. “Interactive Data has once again demonstrated its commitment to working closely with clients to quickly develop innovative offerings that are designed to help them address complex challenges, meet market requirements and expand their business.”

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