Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing is working on new market data initiatives to capitalize on a six percent revenue rise for the first nine months of the year.
Later this year or in early 2006, the exchange will increase the throttle rate of real-time derivatives information after a successful upgrade and market rehearsals, say officials at the exchange. Data vendors that carry the exchange's derivatives data were briefed on the changes to the throttle rate in August.
"At the moment, the derivat
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