Daiwa Securities has set plans to provide real-time access via the Internet to its online US Treasury odd-lot trade execution system, known as the Odd-Lot Machine. Washington, D.C-based Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas will be one institution beta-testing Daiwa's Internet service. Meanwhile, separately, Daiwa also plans to provide end-of-day odd-lot prices to Cash Markets Group's Internet-based market data service, NYquotes.com.
Daiwa hopes the Internet version of the Odd-Lot Machine will expand
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