Burton-Taylor: Annual Data Growth to Beat Expectations

Spend on market data products and services is set to rebound for 2010 overall, signaling the start of strategic spending on new initiatives, which had previously been curbed by the economic downturn, according to research from Burton-Taylor International Consulting.

Compared to a survey earlier this year that predicted spend would be grow by 1.5 percent at most during 2010 (IMD, May 10), the firm now estimates that growth for the year will be in the region of 4.23 percent, for a total market

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