New Pricing Plan Reduces Charges For LSE Data


The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has released a new pricing structure for information services that will lower the bottom-line cost that both end-users and vendors pay for LSE data, although it could end up costing US users more. In addition, the exchange's new policy will allow vendors to carry 20-minute delayed data from the exchange for the first time--a development which will likely spawn a new business in the UK geared towards casual users. The price changes represent a turnaround for th

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