The terms proposed include an annual charge of $50,000 to use Boat's trade reporting facilities, subject to a rebate of up to 40 percent depending on the quantity and quality of data contributed, sources say, and a monthly fee of around $200 per user for a feed of aggregated data from firms that publish trades via Boat. These "indicative" terms are intended as a starting point for negotiations, sources say.
However, Boat's commercial partner, UK-based data vendor Markit, declines to comment o
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