- December 8, 2008
- Posted by: David Tabaka
- Category: Market Data, News
Firms worldwide will spend $23 billion on financial data in 2008-the same as in 2007-with a drop in outlay in the Americas but an increase in EMEA and Asia, according to research released by Burton-Taylor International Consulting.
Developing markets saw the greatest increase as growing markets created demand for data, says Douglas B Taylor, managing partner at Burton-Taylor. Asia is seeing the most growth, with an estimated 20.3 percent increase to $3.27 billion driven by the growing Chinese and Indian markets, compared with $2.72 billion in 2007.
Read the full story here: http://www.waterstechnology.com/inside-market-data/special/1616247/-08-data-spend-flat-driven-asia-emea