LONDON-based index and dividend data provider DaDD (Dividend and Derivatives Directory) will announce this week a partnership to validate and distribute data from Japanese index provider Nikkei. The deal will round out the vendor's coverage of Far East index data.
The new data went live as part of DaDD's XML feed of index data in the last two weeks, and already three global banks have added the data to the existing services that they take from DaDD, says DaDD managing director John Price.
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