Exchange Results Positive in Q2


Exchanges in Europe and the US are reporting positive results from the sale of market data so far this year.

Oslo Bors saw the biggest increase with a 51 percent rise in market data revenue to NOK37.6 million. The number of end users taking market data from Oslo Bors rose by around three percent from Q1 and about 25 percent from Q2 2005.

The Chicago Board of Trade followed with a 44 percent jump in data revenue to $26.3 million compared to Q2 2005. Officials cited a price increase and a $2.6

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