Monday, January 10, 2005

New Research from Shore - Financial Market Data Industry Sized at USD 7.11 Billion for 2005

In this report Shore Senior Analyst Jack McConville provides a sizing of market data vendor revenue and user accesses for 2004 and the first forecasts for 2005. The industry shows no signs of forcefully breaking out of its malaise that started with the end of the dot com bubble era in April 2000 and the subsequent ongoing retrenchment of the financial services industry. This report provides breakdowns of revenues and data accesses for major financial market data revenues by major geographic regions for the years 2003 and 2004 based on Shore's own research methods and an exclusive forecast of market data revenue performance for the 2005 calendar year, along with an analysis of the overall performance of the financial market data sector, an analysis of why and how each of the major market data vendors is performing and recommendations on what market data vendors will have to do to perform more effectively in the years ahead.

Click here for a summary of the report and links to purchasing options
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