Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) revealed last week that its market information service revenues fell by around 20 percent decrease in the first half of the year compared with the corresponding period in 2002.
In the exchange's interim financial results, HKEx officials say that income from the sale of information in the six months up to June 30 this year was HK$126 million ($16 million) compared with about HK$159 million ($20 million) for the same period the year before.
An HKEx representative
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