Max Bowie: New Year's Revolutions

Max Bowie, Inside Market Data

As we enter a new year and take stock of the market data industry, we tend to look at how people will use data differently. Yet what we sometimes overlook is how the nature and underlying composition of that data is also changing, both responding to and pre-empting changes in consumption.

Algorithmic trading and demand for machine-readable datafeeds are set to continue growing in 2011. But this data is also likely to become more complex: As each liquid market becomes more commoditized, the shelf

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