A Little Misunderstanding?

We are all familiar with market data. The real-time kind is the stuff of trading floors, with its frenzied world of bond prices and equity shares, and the time-sensitive content of broker research and morning meeting notes.

It is the information that contributes to profit and investment decisions and margin trades. It is front office; it is flaming Ferraris; it is consumed by characters straight out of a Tom Wolfe novel; and for the so-called 'big three' data vendors - Reuters, Thomson

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