LONDON - Data and over-the-counter trade-matching provider Xtrakter is set to launch a new bond reference database, which will include data sets that have previously not been available to clients, officials tell Inside Reference Data.
Following the credit crunch, the appetite for reference data has increased, and firms are asking for both more and new types of data. "Clients, both data distributors and direct clients, are asking for more data," says Graeme Austin, director of product management
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