Standard & Poor's Corp. is recruiting price contributors for an electronic shop window for clients seeking to buy or sell odd lots of Eurobonds. The service, carrying indicative prices, is aimed at providing a vehicle for firms to offload small blocks of Eurobonds accumulated during trading.
The service, provisionally named S&P's Market Match, allows Eurobond traders to enter details of Eurobonds they seek to buy or sell. Users fill in preformatted onscreen tickets, and the information is the
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