Bloomberg has vowed not to allow clients early access to market-sensitive survey
The US Government has marked a small victory in its
escalating battle with high-frequency traders as a new services
switched from a data vendor that was allowing some firms early
access to its data.
The University of Michigan has reached agreement with
Bloomberg that it will now distribute its market-sensitive
consumer confidence survey and secured a pledge from the tech
vendor that it will not offer an advance copy of the data.
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