Reuters America and Dow Jones Telerate began distributing end-of-day pricing and trade data on emerging markets debt instruments supplied by the Emerging Markets Traders Association late last month. The EMTA, which is supplying the data via its Match-EM electronic post-trade matching and confirmation system, hopes to eventually offer the information on a real-time basis. The Match-EM data is also due to become available through Bloomberg and Knight-Ridder Financial shortly.
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