ASX said it will phase out waiver on market data charges over two years
The Australian Securities Exchange has
become the latest international market to detail plans to start
charging clients for market data, a controversial move that has
been criticised by brokers.
ASX said in a client note it plans to
phase out the long-standing waiver that means firms do not pay
for market data.
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