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I'm going direct through Dorman and I don't pay monthly data fees for CME and ICE US. I don't pay it because I'm from EU and not from US and because I'm non-pro trader. I think US citizens would have to pay $15 per month for CME data feed.
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@mikorn83 did you have a futures account before March 1, 2014? If so you are not subject to pay the CME Non-Pro fee till next year. Unfortunately for ALL new subscribers for the CME Market data who opened accounts after March 1, 2014 are subject to the fees (Non-Professional or Professional Traders). Non-Professional traders (U.S and non U.S based) are subject to the $5.00 per exchange fee or the $15 monthly bundle for all four (CME, CBOT, NYMEX, and COMEX).
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