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Depth-of-book data from [[exchanges]] is information about [[bid]]s and [[offer]]s inferior to the best prices that exist in [[equity]] exchanges. [[Brokers]] and [[investor]]s use the data to determine supply and demand for a security and where to route larger buy and sell requests. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-09-29/price-of-stock-quotes-should-be-set-by-market-nasdaq-says.html|name=Exchanges Should Be Allowed to Set U.S. Stock-Quotation Fees, Nasdaq Says|org=Bloomberg|date=September 30, 2010}}</ref>
Depth-of-book data from [[exchanges]] is information about [[bid]]s and [[offer]]s inferior to the best prices that exist in [[equity]] exchanges. [[Brokers]] and [[investor]]s use the data to determine [[supply]] and [[demand]] for a security and where to route larger buy and sell requests. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-09-29/price-of-stock-quotes-should-be-set-by-market-nasdaq-says.html|name=Exchanges Should Be Allowed to Set U.S. Stock-Quotation Fees, Nasdaq Says|org=Bloomberg|date=September 30, 2010}}</ref>




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