E-trading and charting multi-asset platform CQG announced it will added connectivity to the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) and now offer direct market access to futures trading on the WIG20 index, equity, forex, WIBOR, and T-bonds. CQG clients can already access WSE market data, but order routing will become available in the second quarter of the year.
The instruments will be available across all of CQG’s platforms. CQG will become one of a few destinations for US and EMEA traders to access WSE futures contracts.
“CQG offers Warsaw Stock Exchange market participants a unique set of tools to identify new strategies and execute trading in one of our most exciting product segments,” said Malgorzata Zaleska, CEO of the WSE. “Bringing CQG on board means that our flagship WIG20 futures contract, alongside our currency futures, single stock futures, STIRs etc. will go from strength to strength,” she added.
The connection will enable CQG customers to build effective correlation dashboards to compare GPW contracts with other exchanges and access additional trading strategies not previously available.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange group in Central and Eastern Europe with more than 850 listed companies with a combined capitalization of over $280 billion. It offers trading in the widest range of products including equity, derivative, fixed income and structured products.
US-based CQG provides quotes, global market data, and advanced technical analysis to global banks, investment companies, brokers and other major market participants. Its products include trading platforms and charting, analysis and market data tools. The company’s own infrastructure allows it to receive quotes directly from exchanges without intermediaries.
Among the brokers that use CQG solutions are Gain Capital, Rakuten Securities, Oanda, DirectFX, Wedbush, and others.