Commodities Exchange Center will hike user fees following addition of New York Futures Exchange data to CEC feed. First unit fee jumps 27 percent, from $44 to $56 per month, while additional unit fee more than doubles from $5 to $11. New fees take effect June 1st, says CEC market data head Farhad Froozan.

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