Bank of China has launched DeepFX, an artificial intelligence-based FX trading signal prediction application through Refinitiv’s Eikon. DeepFX is the first released third-party Eikon app from a China based financial institution and was developed by the Digital Asset Management department of Bank of China using deep learning technology to predict the short-term price movements of […]
Refinitiv has signed a multi-year strategic agreement with TP ICAP to support its data needs for both its brokers and technology platforms. As a major inter-dealer broker, TP ICAP requires global data across multiple asset classes, including equities, fixed income, energy and commodities, FX and derivatives. It will now be able to access such data […]
Thai energy company, PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP), has implemented Refinitiv’s FXall trading platform and “Settlement Center” post-trade solution for managing its FX transactions.
Because PTTEP already uses Eikon, this maks it the first Thai corporate to adopt the end-to-end suite of services covering pre-trade, trade and post-trade phases, according to a statement. PTTEP executed its first production trades in early October.
Yongyos Krongphanich, executive vice president, finance and accounting group at PTTEP, comments: “This collaboration between PTTEP and Refinitiv is considered an important step for PTTEP in managing its foreign exchange risk management and streamline back-end processes. This will further improve company’s competitiveness and support sustainable growth in this challenging digital era.”
Thomson Reuters is partnering with CryptoCompare, a cryptocurrency market data aggregator, to integrate order book and trade data for 50 cryptocoins onto its Eikon platform.
In a release issued today the two companies claim that adding CryptoCompare’s data to the Eikon platform will allow trading professionals and investors to gain a comprehensive view of the cryptocurrencies market and of market participant behaviour, enabling them to predict price movements with a high degree of probability.
Eikon users will be able to see data for actively trading coins, allowing them to potentially identify buy and sell opportunities and expand their digital asset portfolios.
Thomson Reuters has announced the launch of Eikon Digest, what it terms a personalised proprietary service containing the most significant news, research, data and information from Thomson Reuters Eikon, its financial desktop platform.
The new service is built upon the foundation of Reuters News and the firm says that unlike popular news aggregation services that use destination apps or home pages to deliver news, Eikon Digest goes further to include AI algorithms that sift through terabytes of news and data to deliver personalised information according to the company list/portfolio, industry sector, language, content entitlements and regions that interest clients the most.
?Neill Penney, co-head of trading at Thomson Reuters, talks to Galen Stops about the recent changes in the firm’s FX business and details how it plans to continue developing it in 2017.
There were some significant changes to Thomson Reuters’ FX business in 2016, with one of the most visible being the departure of Phil Weisberg in November, who had headed the FX business at the firm since 2012.
With Weisberg leaving “to pursue opportunities outside the firm”, Thomson Reuters has re-structured its management, introducing a new business unit called Trading.
Thomson Reuters and CME Group will connect their instant messaging networks, allowing more than 300,000 market participants to communicate across their platforms. From late Q3 2016 users of Thomson Reuters’ Eikon Messenger and CME’s Pivot Instant Messaging will be able to communicate between the two services, in a move that the two firms say will […]