BURTON-TAYLOR IN THE NEWS

12 Apr 2010 Burton-Taylor Report Declares “Winner” Between Bloomberg and Reuters Fixed Income News Services

Burton-Taylor study reveals significant differences in regional output, focus and fixed income instrument coverage between the financial news giantsBurton-Taylor International Consulting LLC, a leading market research, strategy and business consulting organization, today announced the publication of the first ever detailed...

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02 Feb 2010 China Grows Financial Data

Osprey-based Burton-Taylor International Consulting sees a lot of room for financial-data firms to make money in China, and it plans to be among them.The Gulf Coast business-consulting firm recently published a full data analysis of the mainland’s market and market...

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29 Jan 2010 China Spend On Data Surges

Chinese asset managers have increased their data spend by 30% over the past six years, making an outlay of $340 million (€243 million) last year, indicative of the continuing growth in the country's financial sector. The increased demand for market information...

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27 Jan 2010 Burton-Taylor Report Reveals Mainland China Market Data/Analysis Spend Tops USD340 million, Local Vendors Command 60% Share, Portfolio Managers and Researchers Asking for More

Burton-Taylor data shows China financial information/analysis demand has grown at 29.5% CAGR since 2003, international content needs are expanding while overall satisfaction levels are droppingBurton-Taylor International Consulting LLC, a leading information and news industry market research, strategy and business consulting...

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08 Dec 2009 Thomson Reuters to Strengthen Presence in Asia

MUMBAI: Thomson Reuters, the world’s largest financial data and news provider, is moving more jobs to India and other Asian nations as the developed nations are still emerging from the worst recession after the credit crisis, said a senior company...

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03 Dec 2009 Market Data Spending Dipped Slightly in 2009

Burton-Taylor projects modest 1.46% drop in market data spending; Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters share 61% of the market, but FactSet has had the fastest growth in market share.As the year draws to a close, Burton-Taylor International Consulting projects the 2009...

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02 Dec 2009 Burton-Taylor Report Shows 2009 Market Data/Analysis Spend Up In Asia, Bloomberg Tops Thomson Reuters In Americas

Burton-Taylor data indicates Investment Management, Commodities & Energy and Investment Banking segment growth, with market share gains for Bloomberg, FactSet, othersBurton-Taylor International Consulting LLC, a leading market research, strategy and business consulting organization, today published a report projecting the 2009...

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30 Nov 2009 Report: Bloomberg Gains as Spend Falls

The financial industry will spend $22.7 billion worldwide on market data and related services this year, a decline of 1.5 percent from $23 billion in 2008, primarily as a result of budget and staff cuts at end-user firms that have...

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14 Nov 2009 Thomson Reuters’ Brain

The Eagan business that was once West Publishing now supplies its parent company with the intellectual firepower to outmaneuver Bloomberg and LexisNexis.There may be no more concise way to sum up the changed nature or ambitions of the former West...

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04 Oct 2009 Bloomberg aims to lasso BizWeek

Move part of big push into consumer marketMayor Michael Bloomberg is a name familiar to millions of consumers. Bloomberg LP, the financial news and information company he founded nearly 30 years ago, is not.That may be about to change.Read the...

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30 Aug 2009 Thomson Reuters Explodes into Web Age

When the banking crisis tore through Wall Street and the City of London there wasn’t much Devin Wenig could do, apart from sit and watch the trading screens in his office turn red. As for any supplier to investment banks,...

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