The ongoing story of the moment--although it's no longer pulling headlines--has to be the sad sad state of Reuters' share price. Late last week, it was again recovering slowly. But it's got a long way to go before it regains the tremendous ground it has lost in the past few months. And, with news of delays in Instinet's fixed-income operation looming, it could take more battering yet. Indeed, last week we found a research report warning of the futility of Reuters' golden share if enough owne

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