Merrill Lynch Signs Three-Year Contract For Bloomberg's Data License


NEW YORK--Merrill Lynch has signed a global deal for Bloom berg's Data License, becoming the first customer to sign for the full version of the product. The enterprise-wide deal, said to be a three-year contract, allows customers within Merrill Lynch to access Bloomberg's entire database of fundamental and historical data.

The portfolio managers, analysts and institutional traders at Merrill Lynch Asset Management will be among the users covered by the agreement, although the precise details of

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