NEW YORK--RIXML.org is preparing to launch the draft version 2.0 of the Research Information Markup Language specification in the second quarter. The official version, which will add coverage of fixed-income and international data, will be available by the end of July.
Five working groups oversaw the additions to the specification: Events, Fixed Income, Distribution, Financial Data and Globalization/ Localization. "The purpose of 2.0 is to introduce new elements specific to these five areas d
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