The IMD Wrap: Déjà vu as exchange data industry weighs its options

Max highlights some of WatersTechnology’s recent reporting on data costs and capacity issues facing the options industry, and asks, haven’t we seen this before somewhere?

These columns usually serve up my own thoughts, but this week, I’d like to showcase some recent reporting by my London-based colleague Emma Hilary Gould, who has shone a spotlight on two issues currently affecting the US options markets, both of which are being driven by data—and specifically, the rapidly growing amount of market data being generated by these markets.

First, Cboe has proposed an amendment to the plan governing the Options Price Reporting Authority (Opra) that would allow options

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