Have lawmakers given U.S. exchanges carte blanche to charge whatever they want for distributing market data to their members?
If so, what will that mean to the U.S. financial industry, which lives and dies on such details of prices and volumes on millions of trades, to clear and settle transactions as well as determine next moves?
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