Thomson Financial has signed an agreement with ValueLink to provide its Datafeed solutions as a primary source via ValueLink’s validated data service in Europe. As a result, ValueLink’s clients will now be able to commingle Thomson’s financial content with their own proprietary content and that of other third-party sources of data, which are integrated in ValueLink’s validation processes. ValueLink’s deal with Thomson Financial follows a similar integration with Reuters (Reference Data Review, February 2006).
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Thomson Financial’s Datafeed Now Available via ValueLink
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