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FT Interactive Data to offer US fixed income data

13 November 2002  |  4779 views  |  0 FT Interactive Data to offer US fixed income data

FT Interactive Data has added a US fixed income data service to the evaluated bond pricing module of its FTS desktop portfolio administration tool.

FT Interactive Data says the new service provides coverage of the global fixed income market with daily evaluations for more than 1.5 million fixed income issues including corporate bonds, government bonds, collateralised mortgage obligations and asset- and mortgage-backed securities.

Users can now perform online research of the extended security coverage via a link to a database of fixed income data. Securities of interest can be added to FTS universes for inclusion either individually online or via bulk upload.

John Peck, FT Interactive Data, European sales and marketing director, says: "Clients will benefit from greater control over portfolio administration and a more tailored and customer driven service."

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