Users To Pay As Commodity Exchange Center Squabble Yields Higher Fees


Four of the five futures exchanges that comprise the Commodity Exchange Center have told the fifth -- New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) -- that it will no longer have a share of CEC revenue, effective January. Users will have a new set of NYMEX fees to pay -- and vendors may need to handle a brand new feed.

At least initially, the CEC feed will continue to carry NYMEX data. But in order to collect separate revenue, NYMEX will either be forced to build a separate data feed, or come to an a

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