London Stock Exchange delays Linux move by two months

The London Stock Exchange has delayed a move to the Linux-based Millenium Exchange trading platform by two months, in order to give clients and IT suppliers more time for development and testing.

The Turquoise dark pool venue will go live on 4 October, instead of an original planned launch in August or September. The LSE UK cash equity market will move off the Microsoft .Net-based TradElect platform to Millennium Exchange on 1 November, instead of the September original plans.

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