CBOT Market Data Revenues Up 13%; To Add Per Query Fee


CHICAGO--The Chicago Board of Trade will add a per query fee option to its market data pricing schedule by the beginning of the second quarter, according to Tom Cargie, CBOT's vice president of market data services. Market data revenue for the exchange rose to $61 million in 2000, an increase of about 13 percent from 1999 revenues of $54 million.

Cargie says that the increase in revenue was caused primarily by the new pricing structure the exchange adopted in the beginning of 2000, but he not

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