Demand for fixed-income market data is expected to continue to rise in 2007, with a focus on value-added services.
"Demand for data will continue to increase," says Matt Woodhams, global head of data and analytics at broker GFI. "This may well mean that new vendors will come in [while] existing vendors will have to up their game," he says.
Ian Blance, vice president of capital markets at FT Interactive Data, says that the onus on vendors will be "to expand the depth and breadth of coverage," a
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