Investment firms that operate on listed markets (such as the New York Stock Exchange, or the Chicago Mercantile Exchange) can see all orders coming into the market. To better analyse the market, they might want to know which are the trades across time that belong to the same group or maybe understand what was the motivation behind the trade (derivatives hedging, investment, corporate action...).
Business benefitA graphical tool such as a dashboard showing different views (graphs for instance) of trades and orders that have been labelled and positioned in a 2D plane after having gone through a dimensionality reduction
- Trading teams
- Hedge fund strategists
- Quantitative analysts
- Financial regulators