Norwegian stock exchange Oslo Børs has announced that it will begin charging separate fees from Feb. 1 next year for clients that use its market data in non-display applications, and has released an accompanying commercial model that targets the use of non-display data in automated trading applications, and for creating new information and calculate indexes.
Øyvind Skar, senior vice president of information services at Oslo Børs, says the exchange decided to adopt a commercial model for non-disp
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