While most of the northern hemisphere was at the beach, McGraw-Hill Inc.'s Standard & Poor's Corp. subsidiary quietly discontinued Market Match, its electronically delivered service for listing indicative Eurobond oddlot bids and offers. The move adds S&P to the list of victims of the Eurobond market's resistance to electronically delivered price information.
S&P launched Market Match last March after four months of beta testing. The service was aimed at providing an electronic bulletin boar
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