Telerate Will Market PC-Based Fundamental Analysis Software From Giltnet, Australian Firm

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Through a new contract with an Australian firm, Telerate, Inc. has taken another step in its current strategy of providing value-added analytical support for its fixed-income market data. The deal is with Giltnet, Ltd. of Sydney, and it makes Telerate the almost-worldwide marketing agent for Giltnet's IBM PC-based bond trading analysis software.

Announcement of the "joint marketing agreement" came almost as an aside in Telerate's press release on its 3d-quarter earnings. Terms of the agreement

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