Euronext Liffe and Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT) have both
introduced schemes to limit the amount of message traffic
entering their trading platforms. Both exchanges use the Liffe
The moves are in response to a growth in extraneous,
off-market quoting generated by automated price injection
models. Under the schemes, firms will be charged a fee for
every message they input into the exchange beyond a set daily
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