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FFastFill reports new CME FX on Reuters client

06 July 2006  |  1693 views  |  0 Source: FFastFill

We are pleased to announce that we have signed another Global Bank for the CME FX on Reuters service.

Since FFastFill was chosen by Reuters as the launch partner for this project in May 2004, the company has been responsible for building and maintaining a trade order routing service that enables traders using Reuters Dealing 3000 to also execute CME's FX futures contracts.

This service gives Reuters Dealing 3000 users direct access to CME's foreign exchange (FX) futures, enhancing the ability to seamlessly trade FX spot and futures products.

FFastFill has now signed eight major institutions for this service. To take advantage of this foreign exchange market opportunity, these CME clearing members are able to not only support their internal trading teams but also offer a service to non-clearing member firms that use the Reuters Dealing 3000 platform. FFastFill's approach as an Application Service Provider (ASP) offers participants easy implementation, efficiency and flexibility, allowing firms to increase their trading capabilities.

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