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FT Interactive Data Adds Pricing to Temenos T24

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Interactive Data Corp.’s FT Interactive Data has agreed to make its pricing, evaluations, corporate actions and reference data available via banking systems provider Temenos’s T24 system. As part of the arrangement T24 clients will also be able to access FT Interactive European Union Savings Directive (EUSD) data, which is fully integrated with the Temenos EU Tax module. An automated upload of FX rates and periodic interest rates, as well as a market indices update, is also available.

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