Knight-Ridder has clinched a deal to distribute derivatives and foreign exchange pricing data from Prebon Yamane. That broker will provide pricing data covering 1,900 instruments -- some of which Knight-Ridder will give its subscribers at no additional charge and the remainder of which it will sell as an optional service.
In an exception to what is fast becoming a dollars-for- data rule, sources say Knight-Ridder did not offer the broker substantial compensation for its information.
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