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London - Reuters, the global information, news and technology group has announced that Standard & Poor's cross market information and analysis is now available via its premium desktop service, 3000 Xtra.

Standard & Poor's award-winning information can be accessed via a specially designed worksheet integrated within Reuters 3000 Xtra. Users who subscribe to the Standard & Poor's service can access their MMS and MarketScope products, encompassing foreign exchange, global fixed income, emerging markets and equity commentary and analysis.

Kevin Matthews, Director of Market Development for Standard & Poor's in Europe remarked: "Standard & Poor's is delighted to launch a Reuters 3000 Xtra workbook containing our full asset class market data and analysis.This new and exciting development between Standard & Poor's and Reuters allows our mutual clients to benefit from enhanced functionality and content."

Paul Hansford, Head of Premium Desktop, Reuters said: " Reuters 3000 Xtra provides financial professionals with the most comprehensive source of information all within an easy to use, single desktop service. Standard & Poor's is a valuable contributor to our service and the new worksheet provides enhanced access to their market leading investment data and analysis."

With access to Standard & Poor's services, Reuters 3000 Xtra users now have a selection of over 150 specialist services. This range is set to grow as Reuters 3000 Xtra continues to build upon its position as the premium desktop of choice for the financial markets by integrating more specialist data and analytical providers into the service.