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Bats to provide trade data to Morningstar

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Bats Global Markets is to provide the Bats One Summary market data feed to Morningstar.

The Bats One Summary Feed, launched in February 2015, features top-of-book quotes and trade information across the four Bats US stock exchanges, and is geared towards the sophisticated professional investor.
 
Morningstar is rolling the feed out to its global customers this month.
 
“This agreement extends our valued relationship with Morningstar and provides professional investors with access to high-quality information from the very liquid Bats US equity exchanges,” says Kevin Carrai (pictured), vice president, market data and access services at Bats. “We look forward to building on this relationship in our continued effort to serve investors.”
 
“As part of Morningstar’s continuous efforts to expand the data and content made available to investors, we are pleased to add the Bats One feed to Morningstar’s extensive list of exchange data,” says Scott Mackenzie, Morningstar’s head of data and research products. “Adding the Bats One feed supplements other content we carry from Bats and helps us meet the evolving data needs of investors globally.”

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