The Boston Stock Exchange is using Thomson Financial’s Equity One service for its new BSE Market Monitor, a street-level digital display of real-time US market data. The exchange chose Thomson over Reuters, the data provider for the previous display, and Bloomberg.
BSE Market Monitor, which was unveiled on Jan. 7, consists of four plasma screens that display tickers of real-time US equity, currency and commodity quotes as well as exchange indices. Thomson is supplying all of the data. A large
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