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LME lets clients connect directly for market data

18 February 2014  |  1028 views  |  0 Source: London Metal Exchange

The London Metal Exchange (LME) today announces a new policy to allow clients of LME members to connect directly to the Exchange's electronic trading platform, LMEselect, for market data. The change will be effective from 24 March 2014.

In response to user demand, the LME will enable market participants to connect to LMEselect directly to receive a data-only feed. Until now, clients have only been able to access data through members or independent software vendors (ISVs). The new policy is of particular interest to members' clients pursuing an algorithmic trading strategy, as they can now trade with the benefit of lower-latency data access.

The move is expected to encourage greater participation by such clients on LMEselect, which the LME believes could contribute further volume and liquidity to the platform.

"The provision of data directly to LME member clients will allow market participants to deploy a broader range of trading strategies on LMEselect, adding liquidity to the orderbook to the benefit of all market users," said Matthew Chamberlain, Head of Business Development at the LME.

There will be no additional connection or distribution charges for LME member clients accessing the data directly.

Orders placed by clients would still be required to pass through approved ISVs or LME member infrastructure before connecting to LMEselect.

Background
LMEselect is the LME's electronic platform for the trading of all LME contracts. Available from 01.00 to 19.00, it offers a range of advanced features all tailored to the LME's unique prompt date structure. Clients access LMEselect via member systems or member-sponsored ISV platforms.
Only market data specialists and ISVs that have passed the LMEselect conformance tests are approved to provide normalised LMEselect market data to LME members and clients. Clients of LME members will be required to pass the LMEselect conformance test before connecting to LMEselect.
For further details on the content of this media release please consult Notice 14/052 : A050. 

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