London - Thomson Reuters will increase the prices for most of its financial products by 4.75% next year, but not all reference data prices are affected, Inside Reference Data has learned.
Despite the 4.75% average increase, many products' prices will not increase at all, while others will rise by 9% or 10%. The counterparty data product DataScope Counterparty Data is one of the products that will not see a price increase in 2009.
But the reference data platform DataScope Select will go up in price
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