McGraw-Hill Inc. will spend $15 million over the next two years to place municipal bond data and offerings services from its J.J. Kenny Co. unit and its S&P Blue List service on a single display terminal. The new distribution platform will be aimed at widening the audience -- on both the sell-side and the buy-side of the Street -- for its muni bond data services.
The unified service -- the McGraw-Hill Municipal Screen -- will be released commercially in early 1992. Until now, S&P's Blue List
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