According to a Webinar hosted by the Futures Industry Association last week, despite global listed derivatives volumes almost doubling over the past five years, growth flattened to only 0.1 percent between 2008 and 2009. The US and Europe saw trading volume declines of 9.18 percent and 8.76 percent, respectively, which was offset by a 24.1 percent growth in Asia-Pacific.
However, market data rates continue to grow exponentially as markets become more automated, says Jeff Wells, co-chair of the F
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