Unlike traditional terminals such as Bloomberg Professional and Thomson Reuters’ Eikon, which typically cost between $1,500 and $2,000 per month, the Money.Net platform is priced at $50 per user per month, and users can subscribe on a month-to-month basis, instead of having to sign multi-year subscriptions.
The platform is designed to provide the same data coverage, analysis and news content as traditional providers at a lower price. But more importantly, the vendor will provide additional funct
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