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Bloomberg Adds Pricing, Risk Data from NumeriX

Bloomberg has made NumeriX’s pricing and risk analytics available to users of its Bloomberg Professional service, via a select set of Bloomberg Professional calculators. In collaboration with Bloomberg, NumeriX has developed a fully integrated and enhanced version of NumeriX 6, its flagship pricing and structuring application, dubbed the NumeriX Bloomberg Edition. The Bloomberg version features pre-integration with the Bloomberg API, usability improvements and more than 100 ‘production-ready’ Microsoft Excel templates for fixed income, credit, equity and foreign exchange structures.

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