Dow Jones Telerate has begun carrying tradeable pricing information in odd lots of U.S. Treasury securities from primary dealer Daiwa Securities America Inc.'s so-called Odd-Lot Machine service. While the vendor will initially carry only pricing data from the service, it plans to add the firm's on-line trade- execution system by early this fall.
Odd-Lot Machine's prices can be contributed by Daiwa's institutional customers, as well as by Daiwa and other primary dealers. The addition of the in
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