British exchange is moving to a new purpose-built office on Finsbury Square
The London Metal Exchange is to introduce
in April new charges on data usage, the latest step in
commercialisation at the HKEx-owned group.
The British metals exchange will on April
4 2016 introduce a new market data usage policy that requires
firms to obtain a licence if they use LME data for valuations,
pricing or reference purposes.
"The introduction of the usage licence is
another step in the LME’s evolution into a
commercial exchange, enabling us to capitalise on our strengths
for the benefit both of users and shareholders," a spokesperson
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