New York's Commodity Exchange (Comex) has split off from the Commodity Exchange Center (CEC), and -- as expected -- beginning Jan. 1, will charge plenty for its own soon-to-be separate data. The three remaining CEC exchanges have cut fees slightly for the slimmer data feed -- but the 1994 cost of data from the four New York futures exchanges will soar as much as 63 percent over 1993 levels.
Under the new 1994 fee schedule, the first CEC terminal will stay at $88 monthly, while the cost of ea
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