SuperDerivatives, a world leader in multi-asset real-time market data, analytics and derivatives technology including front office, portfolio revaluation and trade execution, has announced the addition of real-time financial market news and analysis from Sigma Squawk on its revolutionary market data platform, DGX.
Sigma Squawk, a leading news and information services provider for buy-side and sell-side firms, will provide DGX users with 24-hour rolling news coverage of all major markets, including breaking news, scrolling news headlines and service alerts on upcoming economic announcements. DGX users will also have access to Sigma Squawk’s proprietary technical market analysis and in-depth research.
The announcement comes as DGX continues to gain traction in the competitive market data industry. The platform attracted 23,000 registered users in the first month of launch, with a number of exciting new features being rolled out over the coming months.
Commenting on the announcement, David Jennings of Sigma Squawk, said: “Sigma Squawk’s tailored news and analysis service cuts through the noise, delivering up-to the minute macro-economic news invaluable insights and commentary on market moving developments. With the number of registered users on DGX already exceeding 23,000, we believe the addition of our service will allow users to gain a further competitive edge and help enhance their trading decisions.”
Bonnie Eshel, Head of Market Data at SuperDerivatives, said: “The addition of Sigma Squawk to DGX provides our users with an excellent source of market insight to add to our existing rich set of customisable live news feeds and analytics. Sigma Squawk has an excellent track record and a global client base, and coupled with SuperDerivatives’ award winning market data, this will greatly enhance our news and analysis offering.
“The launch of DGX signalled a paradigm shift in the market data industry, and we look forward to announcing a number of exciting additions and enhancements to the platform during the year ahead.”