Exchange Data International (EDI) launched its new warrant module last week as part of its global corporate action and information suite of products. The new service provides warrants pricing services and is being used on a trial basis by five customers, says Jonathan Bloch, managing director of EDI.
The warrant module is priced at $10,000 per year per site, and is available separately from the $102,000 global corporate action and dividend feed. The data is drawn from the roughly 300 sources
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