Transaction Network Services (TNS) can now provide market data from Wiener Boerse, which is operating the stock exchanges in Vienna and Prague. The exchange group collects and distributes stock market data and calculates the most important indices of the region.
Entering into a new agreement with the Vienna-based exchange, TNS has become a market data vendor at what is one of the oldest exchanges in the world. “Our central data feed covers more than 10 markets of Central and Eastern Europe such as Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague and Zagreb,” said Sabine Wladar, senior manager for Market Data Sales at Wiener Boerse, in a statement.
TNS delivers a broad spectrum of market data across most of the world’s largest exchanges in 22 countries, including the US, Europe, Canada and Asia, and will connect to Wiener Boerse via its rapidADH market data platform.
“This new connection gives TNS diverse low latency connectivity from Vienna to London and Frankfurt and enables us to offer market data to firms who are not members of the exchange,” said Jeff Mezger, senior director of Product Management at TNS, in a statement. The addition is part of a period of strategic investment and development by TNS and complements its existing European equities data portfolio which includes CBOE Europe, Euronext, Aquis, LSE, Borsa Italiana, Nasdaq OMX Nordic and SIX Swiss.