Nasdaq's new data hub - More Evercore raises - Pimco's return-to-office plans
On the agenda today:
- Nasdaq has launched what it's calling "the next evolution of the data business."
- More of Evercore's junior bankers will get pay raises.
- Pimco has delayed its full return to the office and tightened its vax rules.
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Called Nasdaq Data Link, an exec described the project as "the next evolution of the data business." The hub will serve as a one-stop shop for users - such as asset managers and banks - to easily access the exchange's suite of datasets. More on the project that could change the way Wall Street accesses information.
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