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Financial News: Bloomberg, Reuters hit by credit crisis

The world’s largest financial information providers, Bloomberg, founded by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters, could take a ...
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’08 Data Spend Flat, Driven by Asia, EMEA

Firms worldwide will spend $23 billion on financial data in 2008-the same as in 2007-with a drop in outlay in ...
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/ Bloomberg, Market Data, News, Thomson Reuters

Data giants face shrinking bank revenues

The financial data business faces an unfavorable outlook in the next two years following a stagnation in growth this year, ...
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/ Bloomberg, Market Data, News, Thomson Reuters

Burton-Taylor Data Shows 2008 Financial Information and Analysis Spend Drops In US, Grows In Europe and Asia

B-T measures contraction of Investment Banking needs, expansion of FX and Corporate needs, as well as market share changes of ...
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Burton-Taylor International Consulting LLC Expands Corporate Headquarters

Growing client list, which includes PricewaterhouseCoopers, Dow Jones, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and FT Ventures, spurs quadrupling of spaceBurton-Taylor International ...
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The New Fight for Financial News

For years, The Thomson Corporation was the information giant that rarely talked about its own business.  But since its acquisition ...
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New Thomson-Reuters Combination Will Command 32% Share of US$23 Billion Market

ImplicationsThe Thomson-Reuters merger approval reduces “the Big 3” financial information players to “the Big 2”. Not only does it dramatically ...
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Fixed Income, FX Drive 2007 Data Spend

Global spend on financial data could reach $24.3 billion in 2008, driven by demand from sales and trading operations, up ...
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Burton-Taylor Data Shows Financial Information and Analysis Spend Topped US$23 Billion in 2007

Burton-Taylor quantifies financial information/analysis spend across key industry segments, as well as market share of key competitors around the worldBurton-Taylor ...
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