The Options Price Reporting Authority plans to raise subscriber fees and change its rate structure later this year.
Under the current system, OPRA subscribers pay a $45 location charge and $1 for each device displaying options information. OPRA disseminates bid and offer quotes and last-sale prices for the five options markets -- the American, New York, Pacific and Philadelphia stock exchanges and the Chicago Board Options Exchange.
In the second half of 1989, OPRA will eliminate the location
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