Thomson Reuters has rolled out a new release of its Eikon desktop data platform, featuring a slew of new enhancements to make its front-end interface more user-friendly and intuitive, and to make it easier for users to find and access the data they need.
The new release, version 3.0, will be the first to integrate the back-end of the vendor's low-latency Elektron data capture and distribution infrastructure into Eikon, which will provide high-speed access to depth of book data, and will provide
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