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QuantHouse Onboards Fenics USTreasuries Providing Expanded Access to Market Data

QuantHouse is offering direct access to the Fenics USTreasuries (Fenics UST) platform through the QuantHouse FeedOS API and QuantLINK global network. This gives QuantHouse buy-side clients fast, streamlined access to normalised real-time and historical data to trade the US cash treasuries market.

Fenics UST provides buy-side participants with access to cash treasuries via two electronic marketplaces: a central limit order book designed for low latency quantitative and systematic traders; and a block book designed for large institutional investors. Operating 23 hours a day, the Fenics UST platform improves transparency and minimises execution costs by reducing tick sizes down allowing Fenics UST to provide tighter bid-ask spreads.

Salloum Abousaleh, managing Director, Americas at QuantHousesays, “Fenics UST provides a new source of rich data and an entry point into the world of USTs, opening up a previously inaccessible market to today’s buy-side participants who require greater transparency and robustness. These technology-savvy investors value data quality, streamlined integration and speed, which our two organisations strive to provide.”

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