Iran’s Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) is aiming to sign data distribution agreements with international third-party vendors in a bid to broaden access to its market data globally, following efforts last year by the local regulator to permit more foreign participation in Iranian capital markets, officials say.
The exchange currently provides its market data free of charge to local market participants and vendors—either directly or via its trading systems subsidiary the TSE Technology Management Comp
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