The London Stock Exchange Group’s information services division saw revenues rise by 10 percent from £128.5 million ($186.9 million) in Q1 2015 to £141.5 million ($205.8 million) this year, as a result of a 13 percent in revenue from its FTSE Russell indexes business, which brought in £96.4 million ($140.2 million), as well as a 7 percent rise in real-time data revenues and a 1 percent rise in revenue from other information services. Overall, the LSE’s revenues increased 9 percent to £387.6 mill
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