NEW YORK--Reuters has has rebuilt the infrastructure for its Reuters Markets Monitor-Internet (RMM-I) data product in the US because of the World Trade Center disaster, says Reuters America CEO Phil Lynch.
Reuters has offered the service on an interim basis to users without sufficient access to market data information due to the trade center attacks. There is no cost for the emergency service.
Currently 3,000 individuals have RMM-I passwords in the US, says Lynch. Those without a password see
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