CQG to retire CQG Trader
CQG, a provider of high-performance technology solutions for traders, brokers, commercial hedgers and exchanges, will be retiring CQG Trader later this year.
As of July 1, CQG Trader cannot be added for new users. Traders are advised to use CQG Desktop instead.
The company says it will send more information regarding the transition process for the current users of CQG Trader.
CQG wants to make sure that customers are comfortable using CQG Desktop before CQG Trader is retired. For further information please contact FCMDesk@cqg.com
CQG is the industry’s highest-performing solution for integrated trade routing, global market data, and advanced technical analysis tools. CQG partners with more than one hundred Futures Commission Merchant environments and provides Direct Market Access to more than forty-five exchanges through its worldwide network of co-located CQG Hosted Exchange Gateways. CQG’s market data feed consolidates data from over seventy-five sources.
CQG began serving United States traders in 1980, expanding to Europe in 1988 and to Asia in 1998. In 2010, CQG launched Continuum, a new division for API Enterprise Solutions. CQG now leads the industry in providing reliable data, superior decision-making tools, and order execution software with customer support that understands the trader.
CQG is headquartered in Colorado. The company has sales and customer support offices in Chicago, New York, Denver, Glenwood Springs, London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Sydney, Singapore, Shanghai, Moscow, and Kiev. CQG provides market data and ISV services in more than sixty countries.