As of Nov. 1, when MiFID takes effect, the exchange will use its existing market data infrastructure and distribution channels to collect and publish quote and trade data on over-the-counter deals between trading firms in exchange-listed stocks. The offering will help to provide a consolidated view of trading activity across on- and off-exchange transactions and aid firm's compliance with MiFID's transparency requirements.
The MiFID content will cover "pre- and post-trade transparency data of
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