LSE’s Shifting License Models Bear Fruit

Despite declining terminal counts, the LSE's move to enterprise license policies are paying dividends by protecting revenue increases.


In its recent third-quarter results, the LSE saw its information services revenues rise by 13 percent to £148.5 million ($180.5 million). This included 12 percent underlying growth in real-time data revenues to £23.1 million ($28.1 million) resulting from subscription fee changes and “good demand in other products,” said LSE chief financial officer David Warren during a call with investors.

Warren said the LSE has continued to adapt its information strategy in response to declining professional

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