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Managers see Value of Information

By 24 Jan, 2011June 6th, 2017News

Financial News

In this article, which appeared in both online and print formats, Lynn Strongin Dodds writes about the consumption of market data and analysis, stating that global spend has risen for the first time since 2008 and as a result, many financial service firms have maintained their positions within the market. GreySpark’s view is that since information of these liquid stocks are traded via exchanges, fund managers subsequently no longer want to pay for them. The only information essentially worth paying for is around illiquid assets, being higher in cost and harder to source.

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