Reuters's Art And Telerate's Teletrac Lead Parade Of New Microcomputer Quote Systems


Reuters and Telerate, the leviathans of decentralized market data, have each announced their next-generation graphics/analytics microcomputer terminals (MTR, January 1986). At this point the devices are somewhat crude and very different from each other, but it is clear that within a few years both will converge toward a common level of functionality.

In a nutshell, the Advanced Reuter Terminal (ART) is a PC-AT clone using Microsoft Windows to provide high-resolution charting of foreign exchange

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