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If you want to obtain, use and/or redistribute real-time and/or deferred market data, you may need to enter into a market data licensing agreement with Euronext. Differences in data contracts around the world can be both significant and subtle. The impact on policies and licences may not be immediately clear. You want to use Euronext`s real-time market data in a redistributor-controlled environment (for example.B data provider). You want to redistribute real-time market data and/or deferred market data to third parties (customers). The Market Data Directive defines the purposes and methods of using data from the Moscow Exchange, the types of data use agreements that a user must enter into with the Moscow Stock Exchange for specific purposes, including for the subsequent distribution of data to interested third parties, for the use of data in algotrading and risk management systems (non-display systems), for the use of data for the production of derivative data (indexes, price engines, etc.). You want to receive euronext market data in real time via a data stream from a redistributor (for example. B data providers) and use them exclusively for your own (internal) purposes. You are a member of commerce who wants real-time market data from an extranet service provider (ESP) or an application service provider (ASP). EMDA is Euronext`s main market licensing agreement.

The country and Wales are the next thing to a global standard, or the laws of New York that are associated with it. However, many agreements remain outside this framework. Under the terms of the Nasdaq Global Data Agreement, Nasdaq Information distributors must comply with the following data management guidelines. The Nasdaq reserves the right to update policies if necessary. This manual is regularly updated and interim updates are communicated to customers via Nasdaq Data News Alerts. Our market licensing managers support the following regions: The directive defines the main definitions and concepts used for the provision of information services of the Exchange, the conditions and requirements of the Exchange`s information agreements, including those relating to the conduct of audits of the use of data, liability and sanctions that arise in the event of a violation of the directive. EMDA and EDSA were launched on September 1, 2017 for new real-time market data customers. In 2018/2019, existing customers will be migrated at different stages to the new market data licensing agreements. If you are still subject to one of Euronext`s old market data licensing agreements, click here for the contractual documents relating to these agreements. However, please note that you are entering EMDA or EDSA as soon as possible.

This presentation of the enumeration points is intended to provide a quick checklist of important points to watch for when auditing a market data contract. If you are interested in signing a market data licensing agreement with Euronext, please contact us by phone or email at databyeuronext@euronext.com and we will continue to help you. The terms and conditions applicable to subscribers apply to all those who receive Euronext market data from a data seller (e.g.B. data provider, broker) for internal use. Whether you`re implementing a new data product from Nasdaq or have questions about your existing account, this site is the single point of contact for all your administrative requirements. Contracting authors generally work within their internal market and legal system, which means that different things can be interpreted. This contract only allows the internal use of Euronext`s real-time market data.