Deutsche Börse, a leading German market regulator, today announced the expansion of its analytical offering with HHI Insights, a new offering based on proprietary information from the Xetra and Eurex trading platforms.
According to an official announcement shared by the market regulator, Deutsche Börse has expanded its analytical offerings to facilitate investment decisions by buying and selling clients. Based on the Herfindahl Hirschman Index (HHI), the new offering provides additional information to support clients in decision making.
The recent introduction of HHI Insights is part of the ongoing expansion of Deutsche Börse’s analytics offering. The latest release from the German regulator came about one year after the launch of the A7 online analytics platform.
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“The demand for actionable market data insights is growing. To meet this development, we are constantly expanding our analytics offering, with HHI Insights being the latest addition to our portfolio. The product enables market participants on both the buy and sell sides to examine the degree of concentration in a particular market at different levels, Thus, supporting them in their investment decisions.
In July 2021, Deutsche Boerse published its financial results for the second quarter of 2021. The group saw a strong jump in net revenue. For the first half of 2021, Deutsche Börse recorded a significant jump in demand for Xetra-Gold.
In a recent press release, Deutsche Boerse explained the importance of offering comprehensive analytics to support customers in decision making. In July 2020, Deutsche Börse launched the A7 online analytics platform, which provides market participants with nanosecond-level market data and provides insights into market dynamics and microstructures. In addition, Deutsche Börse offers Eurex Flow Insights and Xetra Flow Insights data products. which provides insights into market sentiment based on order flow analysis by the pool of market participants. The display is complemented by high-resolution timestamps (HPT), a product for calculating time deltas,” the group stated.