NEW YORK--Reuters plans to make Instinet’s equity trade data available to its equity and cross-markets information users.
At the start, users will see Instinet’s "top of book" real-time price information for the best bid and offer. Additional data will be made available over an unspecified time frame and ultimately will include a look at the full book of real-time prices. The Instinet data will be free of any end-user fees.
Devin Wenig, Reuters Information’s managing director of marketing, sa
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