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U.S. Buy-sides Algorithmic Trading Spending Figures Will Rise at a CAGR of 18.4% Between the Period 2005 and 2009.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c47965) has announced the addition of Datamonitor's new report: US Algorithmic Trading Spend to their offering.

This databook will provide readers with a statistical and graphic overview of US front office trading technology spend, drilling further into algorithmic trading spending figures. The data will show splits between buy-side and sell-side institutions and also product areas.

Scope of this title:

* Provides current and forecasted algorithmic trading spend data until 2009

* Breaks down IT spend by product

Highlights of this title:

The buy-sides algorithmic trading spending figures will rise at a CAGR of 18.4% between the period 2005 and 2009.

Reasons to order your copy:

* Understand the size of front office technology spend across the US

* Understand the growth of algorithmic trading spend in different product areas

* Plan your strategy with confidence drawing on forecasts in this report

OVERVIEW

CATALYST

SUMMARY

METHODOLOGY

US ALGORITHMIC TRADING SPEND (DATABOOK)

Introduction

Sell-side front office trading and market data technology spend

Buy-side front office trading and market data technology spend

Sell-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

Buy-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

APPENDIX

Definitions

Extended methodology

Further reading

Ask the analyst

List of Tables

Table 1: Sell-side front office trading and market data technology spend

Table 2: Buy-side front office trading and market data technology spend

Table 3: Sell-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

Table 4: Buy-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

List of Figures

Figure 1: Sell-side front office trading and market data technology spend

Figure 2: Buy-side front office trading and market data technology spend

Figure 3: Sell-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

Figure 4: Sell-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

Figure 5: Buy-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

Figure 6: Buy-side algorithmic trading spend, split by product

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c47965

Source: Datamonitor
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