Cboe pushes rule change to make way for proprietary Opra alternatives

As US options data has grown in volume and cost, Cboe says changing the public feed's governing document would make way for more competition from private alternatives, including its Cboe One Options Feed, launched in 2023.

Cboe says the solution to the Options Price Reporting Authority’s growing cost and size is to change a provision in the Opra Plan, the governing document for the US options’ public datafeed. The provision currently requires firms buying an exchange’s proprietary feed to subscribe in full to Opra. Cboe’s goal is to funnel customers to the Cboe One Options Feed, the exchange’s proprietary options feed, which was released last year.

Last November, Cboe filed with the US Securities and Exchange

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