Ending data-sharing, licences with offshore bourses a bad move; here's why

Fixing the policy issues that have eroded Indian financial markets' competitive edge will be postponed if the three exchanges unilaterally terminate their data-sharing


The joint press release by three Indian exchanges to unilaterally terminate their data-sharing and license arrangements with offshore platforms, which trade derivatives with Indian underlyings, is problematic. It seeks to
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First Published: Feb 19 2018 | 5:50 AM IST

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