LONDON—A data utility would bring an end to increasing data costs, according to users at an Xtrakter conference in London in May.
Panelists said the issue they face today does not revolve around the instrument itself, but on the way it is being sold to them as consumers.
A representative of the Information Providers User Group (IPUG) said: "Today, when you buy an instrument, you do not pay for the data but you are paying for the usage of that data. If there were to be a utility in place, I would
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