RoZetta’s own analysis of message rates at peak trading periods transmitted across its vast Tick History data capture network, draws similar conclusions to Professor Michayluk, that increased trading activity is largely driven by automation which in turn leads to more liquidity and more efficient markets. keep reading
RoZetta’s Tick History platform captures every transaction on every stock exchange and futures, money and bond market around the world. That is, from over 650 markets and 2000 contributors and vendors, all feeding in data every second of every day. In 2002, the Stock Market Crash wiped over $4trillion value off the global equity market and its disastrous effects has led to greater transparency, accountability and compliance.
Global banking and financial markets process hundreds of millions of transactions on a daily basis, each adding to the industry’s immense and growing ocean of data. For consumers of global market data, the challenge has always been around ingesting, conforming, managing, and presenting the enormous data volumes and complexity associated with more than 300 exchanges that operate in the global market. This equates to hundreds of millions of trades that happen every day. The consumers of this data need to run some of their processes across years of data. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, RoZetta Technology hosts more than 15 years of this data, which equates to multiple petabytes.
Today marks the launch of AlphaShapes™ by RoZetta Technology, available in Thomson Reuters Eikon. AlphaShapes represents a new, dynamic way for analysts to compare the relative value of stocks for any benchmark index. Gone are the days of collating multiple reports, calculating ratios, creating spreadsheets and league tables. Now analysts can compare data easily, visually and rapidly. With AlphaShapes making informed decisions is so much faster.