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Reuters

International news and quotation service based in London.

Reuters

a company which collects and disseminates worldwide general news items for press publication and which provides support facilities for the financial markets. See GLOBEX.
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Through Reuters Connect, Reuters customers will have access to IJF photo and video promotions, daily news and country-specific stories, as well as interviews, special features and previews exclusive to Reuters.
Thomson Reuters provides its customers with solutions that help them generate more efficiencies, lower costs, improve accuracy and reduce risk.
Thomson Reuters will receive approximately USD 17bn in gross proceeds at closing (subject to purchase price adjustments) funded by USD 14bn of debt and preferred equity to be incurred by the partnership and a USD 3bn cash equity contribution by Blackstone.
RBOR is currently being offered to clients that stage orders into Thomson Reuters REDI via FIX, and will soon be available for orders routed via the Thomson Reuters Autex Trade Route service.
"It is our intention to transfer all existing client relationships of the Thomson Reuters MTF and Dealing, as well as Fixed Income Callouts and Auctions, from RTSL to our new Irish legal entity ahead of the Brexit date," the company added.
The new version of the Thomson Reuters Corp tool is to scan more than 400 websites to analyse bitcoin themes and sentiments, Reuters said.
Managing Director, Middle East and North Africa, Thomson Reuters, Nadim Najjar said Pakistan has a great economic potential to offer and added the impact of globalization has made compliance and regulation topics of increasing importance throughout the country.
Through this partnership, SAP is licensing its technology to Reuters as Reuters navigates this shift.
In response to this need, Reuters, a global provider of content, looked for a partner that would be able to bridge the following areas:
Osun is launching a seven-year Ijara Sukuk of up to NGN 10 billion ($62 million), denominated in local currency, which will pay investors a fixed return of between 14.25 and 14.75 per cent, according to a prospectus cited by Reuters.
On 20 December, the European Commission rendered legally binding commitments proposed by Thomson Reuters and put an end to its investigation, opened in 2009, for abuse of dominant position in the field of financial information (see Europolitics 3858).
European Union regulators dropped an antitrust investigation into Thomson Reuters on Thursday after the company made it easier for customers using its financial instrument codes to switch to competing services.