Chicago-based equity stock futures exchange OneChicago is preparing a marketing push to boost usage of the depth-of-book data that it now distributes over CFN (CBOE Financial Network) from its co-parent Chicago Board Options Exchange.
The service, which is called BookDepth, provides prices and sizes available for the best five bids and offers above and below the market price. Previously, only the top of book price was available. The additional data is "much more indicative of the market," say
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