(User Type Demand, Regional Demand, Product Type Demand)
Burton-Taylor surveyed 60 global market data or news vendor executives, analysts, users and consultants, asking them to forecast 2019 and 2020 organic growth (excluding price increases) in spend by individual market data user segments, by individual regions and for individual product types. The results show a clear “demand compass” for users (from hedge funds to risk managers), for regions (from West to East) and for products (from desktops to datafeeds).
High Level Findings
This Burton-Taylor survey indicates:
- User Type Demand – The weighted average across all survey responses suggests the organic growth (generally growth excluding the average annual 2-3% price increases) of financial market data and news spend in 2018 will be 1.85%, with Risk Managers and Hedge Funds the only User Types forecast above 2.0%.
- Regional Demand – The weighted average of all survey responses suggests that China will again lead demand for market data and news, with Asia (ex Japan) second and India third, as the US shows at fourth on the list.
- Product Type Demand – The weighted average of all survey responses suggests that in 2019 demand for Pricing & Reference Datafeeds and Risk Management Tools are expected to top 3.00%, while demand for Valuation Data is forecast to increase at greater than 2.50%.
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For the “whole story” on the Financial Market Data/Analysis industry, see the Burton-Taylor Financial Market Data/Analysis Global Share & Segment Sizing 2019 – Key Competitors, Global Market Share 2014-18, Global Segment Sizing 2014-18, Global Product Mix 2014-18, Global User Mix 2014-18, Global Institution Mix 2014-18 report here.