Reuters provides wider access to ICAP'S data
Reuters, has enhanced its treasury and fixed income market data offering through an extension of its agreement with ICAP, a leading inter-dealer broker.
Reuters, has enhanced its treasury and fixed income market data offering through an extension of its agreement with ICAP, a leading inter-dealer broker. Under the agreement, Reuters is extending the range of FX, money markets, fixed income, commodity and equity data through its extensive agreement with ICAP. This will cover a wide range of data, which includes interest rate and currency swaps, FX option volatilities (caps and floors), money market instruments, fixed income assets, futures, commodities, equity derivatives and broker history data. Reuters customers will be able to access the data at no additional charge through a number of products, including Reuters 3000 Xtra, the company's flagship system and Reuters BridgeStation.<br><br>John Barber, Global Head of Information Services at ICAP, said, "We are extremely pleased to be able to strengthen the highly-established relationship we have with Reuters. ICAP is committed to supplying first class broker data and we believe that the extended range of data that Reuters has purchased will add significant value for its information-hungry customers."