The report—which surveyed 75 industry executives, including 41 market data vendors, 19 market data users and analysts, and 11 market data consultants—found that the majority of participants are “significantly” more positive about growth in demand than in recent years.
Last year, 85 industry executives predicted growth of 1.3 percent in 2014 and only 1.16 percent in 2015. However, this year, respondents predicted organic growth (excluding price increases) of 1.69 percent in 2015 and 1.67 percent
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