Perhaps inspired by Omaha-based Data Transmission Network Corp., which now claims more than 25,000 subscribers, quote vendors specializing in futures and options have evidently decided there's room to grow at the low end of the market. At the Futures Industry Association Expo held October 19th-21st in Chicago, at least two were showing new no-frills, low-cost products. Herewith our summary of highlights:
CQG, Inc. demonstrated prototype of unnamed service that will offer all price feeds avail
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