The European Central Bank has signed a three-year deal with Thomson Reuters to roll out the vendor's Eikon desktop across the ECB and member state central banks to provide users with access to market information, analysis tools and connectivity to their peers, ECB officials say.
Thomson Reuters will deploy hundreds of Eikon positions at the ECB and 18 other EU domestic central banks -- including those of Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, and Italy, among others -- participating in the Eurosystem Procurement Coordination Office which organizes joint procurement projects for the ECB and participating national central banks.
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