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Trading Technologies International (TT), the Chicago-based trading technology and infrastructure provider, has announced that it has added connectivity to Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) derivatives to its platform. TT has connected to 16 exchanges globally over the last two years and last month announced that it had made interest rate derivatives on LSE owned CurveGlobal available to clients. “As we embrace the benefits of this wider reach, we can build on our powerful position with our core FCM (futures commission merchant) client base by building on the progress we have made on competing as service providers for individual trading firms,” said Steve Stewart, Managing Director Sales EMEA at Trading Technologies. “We expect that the scale of our reach (in individual markets) and development of our offering will naturally lend itself to expansion into new client types and asset classes.”

The global user base of Trading Technologies International (TT), a provider of high-performance professional trading software, infrastructure and data solutions, can now access derivatives products listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), through the TT platform. The addition of WSE to Trading Technologies’ range of connected markets further strengthens the TT offering with seamless access to Central and Eastern Europe’s leading derivatives market.

Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT), a global provider of high-performance professional trading software, infrastructure and data solutions, and the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), the national exchange of Poland, today announced that TT’s global user base can now access derivatives products listed on WSE through the TT platform.

Mercury Derivatives Trading (Mercury), a Hertshten Group portfolio company, and Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT), a global provider of high-performance professional trading software, infrastructure and data solutions, today announced Mercury has renewed its contract with TT for use of the TT trading platform. The new contract extends Mercury’s usage to include TT’s global infrastructure services and APIs for low-latency trading. Specifically, Mercury will use TT Prime to maximize spread trading performance and TT Core SDK to build low-latency C++ applications. Mercury will also continue to use TT’s professional trading tools, including but not limited to Autospreader®, ADL®, charting, TT Mobile, and functionality for options trading and analytics, with access to all TT-connected markets.