Reuters has extended its long-standing deal with Standard & Poor’s Securities Evaluations. S&P will continue to redistribute 1.9 million Reuters/EJV taxable fixed income valuations, alongside fixed income evaluations and global pricing from other sources, including third-party services. According to Todd McGhee, of Reuters enterprise information products group, the S&P relationship predates Reuters’ ownership of EJV, an evaluations service acquired through Reuters’ purchase of Bridge Information Systems. The new agreement extends the previous relationship, however, by adding S&P Securities Evaluations data to Reuters’ own DataScope product line. S&P will contribute non-taxable municipal securities data – supplied by the former S&P J.J. Kenny – to complement DataScope’s existing fixed-income and equities coverage.
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