Reuters extends S&P fixed income data deal
12 November 2003 | 6368 views | 0
Reuters is to deliver Standard & Poor's Securities Evaluations' prices in both mutual fund and end of day time frames.
S&P's Securities Evaluations already redistributes over 1.9m Reuters/EJV taxable fixed income valuations.
As part of a new multi-year deal, Reuters will now gain redistribution rights to all of Standard & Poor's Securities Evaluations non-taxable municipal securities.
Reuters says it will now be able to offer a complete solution for fixed income and equity valuations to back office customers through its DataScope product.
Kevin Bradshaw, global head of enterprise information products, Reuters, adds: "We are absolutely committed to the back office data market and will continue to invest heavily to provide customers with competitively priced and high-quality alternatives to any existing supplier."