WFE defends exchanges’ data charging practices

By Justin Pugsley
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Pricing practices by exchanges for data have been defended by the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) in a report stating that there is no market failure on the issue and that they provide a very effective infrastructure.

In a report released on June 1, the WFE said that if access ...

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