Users Call for Uniform Exchange Symbology Standard

New York - Following announcements of changes in exchange symbology in the US, data consumers have come together to propose the introduction of an industry-wide product symbology standard, officials tell Inside Reference Data.

The issue, which was also in the spotlight two years ago, when market participants warned that several ongoing symbology initiatives could lead to inconsistencies and implementation issues, has been raised again as listing exchanges start preparations to begin using five

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