Imagine, after many years of demand, someone creates the concept of an airline price comparison site to help the population find the cheapest flight more easily.
It would include prices for the best flights between cities on the map. That would be a welcome introduction. However, what if the national governments insisted that the site would only be allowed if the names of the airlines were not disclosed?
Last week’s announcement from the European Council is a welcome step forward, on what could still be a long walk.
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It was designed in 2017 leading up to MiFiDII to address the challenges presented by the lack of tape in Europe and continues to grow as the most widely used independent Consolidated View of pan-European equity markets.
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