TECHNOLOGY

TECHNOLOGY

Breaking with its normal practice, Reuters has announced the names of four new users of its Dealing 2000-2 FX automated matching service. Hitherto, Reuters has made a point of not identifying users of the service.

The break with tradition comes from its Irish subsidiary, which has recently made the service available in Dublin. The branches of Allied Irish Bank, Rabobank, Banque Nationale de Paris and Anglo Irish Bank are the first four to sign up for the service. According to Reuters, these

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