Waters Wrap: A whole new way of looking at data spend (And CME-Cboe thoughts)

As brokers start to explore various forms of self-service models, Anthony wonders if this could lead to a complete rethink of how commercial terms and contracts are structured for adding on new datasets.

Putting this up late this week. With people away on vacation—and me coming back from my own—it’s been a bit hectic. Anyway, enough excuses, let’s rip into it.

Reimagining data spend

I think that this is a story that many of you will be familiar with: I hated cable TV and welcomed the advent of streaming services and the freedom they provided. I could finally pay for only the channels and services that I cared most about. Flash forward three years, and I have no actual clue as to how much I pay

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