Banks Debate Whether To Join Or Not To Join; That Is The Reuters Dealing 2000-2 Question

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Reuters Holdings PLC continues to add names to its list of users for the Dealing 2000-2 system. Sources close to the company say some 80 bank locations have now signed up, including several more of the banks that are sponsoring the rival Electronic Broking Service (EBS).

One knowledgeable source says Midland Bank in London, Bank of America in Hong Kong, Chemical Bank in New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and Frankfurt, Credit Suisse in Zurich, and Union Bank of Switzerland in Zurich,

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