Reuters announced the availability of US Treasury data fromCantor Fitzgerald L.P, the leading provider of actively traded benchmark US Treasury price information. The data, which includes live, real-time prices for US Treasury benchmark and off-the-run issues, is available as an optional service for Reuters subscribers around the world, initially as a free 30-day trial. Devin Wenig, President of Reuters Investment Banking & Brokerage Services, said: ‘For many years, US Treasury prices from the leading interdealer broker, Cantor Fitzgerald, were exclusively available over Telerate. With the addition of this premium source of benchmark data, Reuters now provides a compelling range of fixed income content delivered over superior open-systems platforms.’
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