If you are interested in signing a market data license agreement with Euronext, please contact us by phone or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will continue to assist you. You want to use Euronext`s real-time market data in an environment managed by a redistributor (e.g.B. data provider), i.e. controlled. EMDA is Euronext`s main market licensing agreement. 7. The Business Subscriber shall make available to Nasdaq its premises for the physical inspection of the Provider`s service and the use of the Information by the Business Subscriber (including verification of all records of use of or access to information, as well as the number and location of all devices that receive information) at any time and after appropriate notification, in order to ensure compliance with this Agreement. Non-professional subscribers must respond immediately to any appropriate request from Nasdaq regarding the receipt, processing, display and redistribution of information by the non-professional subscriber. You wish to transmit real-time market data and/or deferred market data to a third party (customer) Please note that if you only use delayed market data for internal (non-commercial) purposes, you are not required to enter into a licensing agreement with Euronext. Whether you`re implementing a new data product from Nasdaq or have questions about your existing account, this site is the one-stop shop for all your administrative requirements.
EMDA and EDSA were introduced on 1 September 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 legacy market license license agreements, please click here for contractual documents relating to these agreements. Please note, however, to enter the EMDA or EDSA as soon as possible. This contract only allows the internal use of Euronext`s real-time market data. If you wish to transmit real-time and/or delayed market data to third parties, please read the EMDA. You are a member of the business who wants to get real-time market data from an extranet service provider (ESP) or application service provider (ASP). Under the terms of the Nasdaq Global Data Agreement, Nasdaq information distributors must comply with the following data management guidelines. Nasdaq reserves the right to update policies as necessary. This manual is regularly updated and interim updates are communicated to customers via Nasdaq Data News Alerts.
Our market data license managers support the following regions: The GTC applicable to subscribers apply to any person who receives Euronext market data from a data distributor (e.g.B. data provider, broker) for internal use. 17. In addition to terminations permitted by Seller`s Agreement, this Agreement may be terminated in writing by Subscriber with 30 days to Seller and by Nasdaq with 30 days` written notice to either Seller or Subscribers. Nasdaq may also modify any provision of this Agreement with 60 days` written notice, either to the Seller or Subscriber, and any use after that date shall be deemed acceptance of the new Terms. In the event of a breach by subscriber, discovery of the lie of a subscriber`s presentation or, if nasd notifies its supervisory authority, Nasdaq may terminate this agreement with a written period of at least three (3) days to the subscriber provided either by nasdaq or by the seller. . . .