Reuters Holdings PLC recently demonstrated workstation- based decision-support system for fixed-income securities to number of potential customers. System was referred to by Reuters salesmen as The Trader; but sources who've seen product say its Reuters' long-awaited Bloomberg-Killer -- previously dubbed Decisions 2000 -- under new label. Sources say system runs on Sun Microsystems Inc. SPARCstation and carries data from Reuters and other sources, including Public Securities Association-spon

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