The Nasdaq pilot pricing program, which reduces fees paid by non-professionals for the delivery of real-time market data, has been extended for another year. The monthly market data fees have also been reduced from $2 to $1 per non-professional user. Under the original program, the fees were dropped from $4 to $2 per user. These fees entitle users to unlimited real-time access to Nasdaq Level1 market data through subscriber services provided by market data vendors and brokerage firms.
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