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Stop Press: IDC Sales Jump 25% in 4th Period

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As Reference Data Review went to press, Interactive Data Corp., the main U.S. operating entity of Financial Times Interactive Data, reported fourth- quarter revenues of $120.4 million, up 24.8% from a year earlier. Net income rose 6.9% to $18.2 million from $17.0 million. For full year 2003, revenues increased by 18.0% to $442.7 million and net rose by 18.9% to $72.2 million.

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