NYSE Scraps Display Device Netting, Tweaks Non-Display Policy

Each instance of the same data used by a single consumer will now be liable for separate fees.


Until Jan. 1 2015, NYSE operated a unit-of-count policy for display usage of its NYSE BBO and NYSE Trades data feeds─which provide NYSE best bid/ask quotations and last sale prices for all NYSE-traded securities, respectively─whereby professional users pay $4 per month for the data (where "user" denotes each display device that has access to NYSE BBO or NYSE Trades data).

According to NYSE documentation, this unit-of-count policy was first introduced by NYSE in 2009 as a pilot for its NYSE OpenB

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