Russell Bows Nasdaq Index Feed

Russell Investments last week rolled out its RussellTick consolidated feed of real-time data on its US and global indexes, developed and distributed by Nasdaq OMX.

The service is currently available free of charge, though Russell and Nasdaq will begin charging fees from Oct. 1, which is when redistributors of the data will need to sign a license agreement with Nasdaq.

"Russell real-time values have been widely available, but because we haven't been very involved in distribution and usage, that

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