Knight-Ridder Inc. has launched a low-cost end-of-day pricing service covering 450 financial and commodities markets. The service--Final Markets--allows users to retrieve groups of prices from Knight-Ridder's New York-based data center rather than requesting prices for specific instruments.
Final Markets is being marketed by Knight-Ridder's Financial Publishing division, based in Chicago. Eventually, the vendor may launch a marketing effort to interest brokers in introducing the service to th
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