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GoldenSource Expands Data Access

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GoldenSource has introduced a series of connections to suppliers of high risk/high value data in areas such as derivatives, risk, pricing, corporate actions and counterparty data. The new connections to Markit RED, RIMES Fixed Income Benchmarks’ data platform, Bloomberg Extended BackOffice, Interactive Data FTS and IDC ISO 15022 are already in production at a number of client sites following successful beta programmes, and are complementary to the preconfigured connections already offered by GoldenSource such as Bloomberg, IDC, Reuters and Telekurs, the vendor says.

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