Reuters has expanded its exchange data service, RDF-Direct, to include six more European and Asian venues in response to customer demand for full tick data that can be used for algorithmic trading applications.
The additional feeds from its managed RDF-Direct service now include the Korean Stock Exchange, Tokyo Stock Exchange Flex, Osaka Securities Exchange, Euronext Cash, Euronext Liffe and Deutsche Borse Xetra.
The new feeds will join existing venues in North America, Europe and Asia on RDF-Direct and will all offer level one and two coverage.
Reuters says the expansion of its exchange data feed will meet growing demand from customers for low-latency and full-tick data to feed algorithmic and machine trading applications. The vendor says the RDF-Direct now offers total latency of less than one millisecond.
Mike Powell, global head, real-time, Reuters Enterprise Information, says the vendor plans to continue expansion of direct feed venues this year as a key part of a global data distribution strategy.