Single-Dealer Portals Offer Live Prices to Debt Buyers

Kite, Shane
February 2010
Securities Industry News;2/22/2010, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on how banks are using single dealer web portals which deliver continuous streams of live information such as currencies, government bonds, interest rates and credit default swaps. The portals, which use what is called "rich Internet applications," provide graphics and sometimes audio and video presentations on financial information which are continuously updated. The major competitors which provide the rich applications for the portals are Caplin Systems, Adobe Systems and Microsoft.


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