We formed ICE Data in 2003 because we knew exchanges were natural producers and disseminators of information based on the price discovery role they play. New data is created every day inside our markets, and that information is used to inform trading and risk management decisions throughout the lifecycle of a transaction, whether that spans microseconds or comprises a long-term hedging strategy.
With 11 global exchanges across ICE and NYSE spanning 9 asset classes including equities, fixed income, and commodities, data is continuously created in our marketplaces and distributed in a range of formats. From transparent access to real-time and historical activity to daily indices, forward pricing curves and direct access services, efficient access to information enables you to trade, manage risk, and distribute data to meet a range of objectives. We offer scalable, flexible access to proprietary data from ICE and NYSE exchanges and clearing houses to meet your unique business needs - whether that includes trading, managing risk, distributing quotes, meeting regulatory requirements or just generally better understanding markets.
With 7 global markets and 6 clearing houses, we aggregate and distribute holistic views of world markets in real time. Traders, risk managers, brokers and redistributors rely on our set of real-time data solutions, to inform business objectives, meet regulatory obligations, and develop trading strategies.
Real-time and historical data sets offered through the New York Stock Exchange cover all NYSE markets, which span the equities, bonds, indices, derivatives and mortgages asset classes.
We provide historical information including end-of-day reports, volume and open interest records, settlement and delivery information, and more to help you evaluate historical trading activity and prepare for the next trading day.
We license a wide range of data to quote vendors and data redistributors in the form of customizable packages that can be tailored to meet the needs of your target audience. Licensed data offerings include real-time, delayed and/or end-of-day pricing data, third-party data, analytical tools, news services and more.