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Exchange Data International Partners with Market Data Integrators in U.S.

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U.K. data vendor Exchange Data International (EDI) has entered into a marketing alliance with Chicago-based Market Data Integrators (MDI). Under the deal, MDI will market EDI’s data services in the U.S., outside of the Northeast. Kurt Klein, MDI president, says the company plans to expand EDI’s reach particularly among buy-side users and expects to field four sales associates within the next three months.

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