LSE Sees Slight Drop In Data Revenues
Turnover for the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) Information Services division fell by one percent for the year ending March 31, the exchange said last week. The LSE attributed the decline to the continued fall in terminals receiving its real-time data. Terminal counts fell from 94,000 in 2003 to 90,000 in 2004. However, the Proquote business saw its screen count nearly double to more than 1,800, as compared with the count on acquisition in February 2003. I
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