Financial Information Exchange - FIX
Also written as "financial information eXchange".
The FIX protocol is also becoming a standard in options and futures exchanges as well. The language, which has undergone many transformations and updates, was first introduced in 1992 for equity trading between Salomon Brothers and Fidelity Investments.
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