NEW YORK--The Financial Information Services Division (FISD) of the Software &Information Industry Association is selling its market data policy database now that the executive committee has decided to stop funding the project.
The database has cost about $250,000 so far and has been in development for more than three years. It provides analysis of exchange contracts as well as exchange fee schedules and contact information. It currently includes data for 45 exchanges. The contracts of anoth
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