Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT) waived its proposed
$30-per-user monthly charge (see FO Week Vol 11 No 24)
for another year amid mounting opposition by members and
customers, although it still planned to revisit the issue next
The fee, which has been waived for the past four years, was
slated to begin in September. It would have been the first of
its kind for the industry and was aimed to protect the value of
CBoT data. The exchange said it plans to waive the fee until 30
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