NYSE Files OpenBook, NOII Changes

In the first ruling, NYSE proposes charging non-professional investors $15 per month to access OpenBook data-both for its OpenBook Real-Time and low-latency OpenBook Ultra feeds-rather than the same $60 per month fee that applies to professional users. This fee-along with the $5,000 per month site access fee for OpenBook-would most likely be paid by an investor's broker-dealer, in return for being able to offer them better data.

Ron Jordan, executive vice president of market data services at NYSE

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