IMD Chicago 2011: Market Seeks Truce on Exchange Fees


In the ongoing battle over exchange data fees, where end-users still want to pay less for data they ultimately create and exchanges seek to justify fee increases, some market participants are looking for ways to meet in the middle to keep both sides happy.

Some end-user firms expressed concerns over how much they pay exchanges for data—and whether they should be charged for the data in the first place. “It actually drives me nuts that we have to pay for market data at all, because the trading

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