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Basically, I'm looking for a system which have trading(in a demo account), book keeping, profit/loss and risk calculation capability across different asset classes such as bond, repo, equity, foreign exchange, derivatives etc.

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open gamma or trade link? –  pyCthon Mar 5 '12 at 18:05
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Incidentally, anyone have a reliable link to a page about Kondor+ ? Reuters website keeps giving me 404s, even when following links in their own search results! –  Darren Cook Mar 7 '12 at 3:13
    
Reuters has sold Kondor+. It belongs now to Misys kondor.misys.com. –  weismat Jun 19 '12 at 13:02

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The ones I know are

But I found this page with an interesting list on the internet.

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VERY nice list you found! Thank you, it is comprehensive. (I know you! I am Demeter when I'm not here as Feral Oink.) –  Ellie Kesselman Apr 27 '12 at 19:38

The OpenGamma platform (www.opengamma.com) is probably the most comprehensive trading and risk analytics offer in the open source world. It supports the interest rate, forex and equity products you mentioned. It contains also a strong quantitative finance library.

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Marc, you need to point-out that you work for OpenGamma. Otherwise it's an undisclosed conflict of interest to post this. –  chrisaycock Jun 3 '12 at 21:24

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