ForexLive deploys dxFeed market data widgets

Rick Steves

ForexLive users now have access to the latest market activity across various sectors, an overview of global market performance and by instrument, symbol search, and real-time charts.

dxFeed, a market data and data management solutions provider owned by Devexperts, has created market data widgets for trading hub ForexLive.

Supporting all market data visualization and technical analysis functionalities required, dxFeed improved its widgets with new features, including searching instruments by ticker and description.

ForexLive users now have access to the latest market activity across various sectors, an overview of global market performance and by instrument, symbol search, and real-time charts.

Adam Button, Chief Currency Analyst at ForexLive, said: “Data and charts are the critical tool in every trader’s toolbox. The team at dxFeed focuses on making sure every detail is right and reliable. That’s exactly what we look for in a partner.”

Oleg Solodukhin, CEO of dxFeed, commented: “We are proud to provide quality data services and state-of-the-art widgets to a world-famous news resource ForexLive. Simplicity, convenience, and high quality of execution are the principles that we always adhere to, including this project.”

The dxFeed team creates on-demand widgets with every kind of functionality. The firm has been awarded the Best Analytics and Technology Provider by WatersTechnology in 2020 for its market data services to buy-side and sell-side institutions in the global financial industry. dxFeed caters to brokerages, prop traders, exchanges, individuals (traders, quants, portfolio managers), and academia.

FinanceFeeds co-founder and contributing editor Andrew Saks has recently spoken to dxFeed Managing Director Dimitrii Parilov to ascertain his view on successful market data integration. “We completely understand how challenging it may be for OTC brokers to deal with the market data for exchange-traded products. That’s why at dxFeed, we do our best to help them with consulting, providing the best licensing option because many policies and practices are complicated to understand.

“Moreover, we bundle with exchange-originated feeds to get higher liquidity with minimal licensing fees. We also offer Vendor-of-Record schemes using our licenses, which makes us responsible for onboarding, compliance, and reporting”, Mr. Parilov added.

 

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