The Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX), which will begin operations on Sept. 26, is waiving end-user and license fees for its real-time data.
End users will receive the exchange's real-time feed of Level 1 prices and top five order book prices at no charge for at least 12 months, says Geoff Boon, head of marketing and market data services.
Additionally, vendors will be able to redistribute the market data without incurring any DIFX-related license fees if they help promote the new
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