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REUTERS TO SHOWCASE FX AND MONEY MARKETS STP SOLUTIONS AT EUROPEAN ACI CONGRESS

London - Reuters, the global information, news and technology group, has
announced that it will be showcasing for the first time its complete
front-to-back treasury solution at this year's European ACI Congress in
Luxembourg, 22-25 May 2002.

Reuters will demonstrate the delivery of its STP solutions for the FX and
money markets and showcase recent technology developments such as Reuters
new Internet-Protocol conversational dealing service, Reuters Dealing Link
(RDL), and new liquidity via asset classes such as ICor, e-MID and e-MIDER
on Reuters Dealing 3000 platform.

Based on a motor racing Formula One theme, the Reuters stand will provide
attendees with the opportunity to view its complete product range from price
discovery through to settlement. The stand will feature 16 keystations using
a circuit style layout demonstrating Reuters 3000Xtra/Live information and
news feed; transactional capabilities via Dealing 3000 running with Spot,
Forwards, e-MID, e-MIDER, ICor and Reuters Dealing Link; Risk and Trade
Management products and Reuters Trade Processing. Also on display will be
Portal Connectivity via Automated Dealing with a link to Order Management.

Attendees will have the opportunity to win tickets to a Formula One Grand
Prix later this year. In addition to the on-stand bar, Reuters is also
sponsoring the post-Opening Ceremony Party at the Casino in Mondorf les
Bains.

Julie Holland, Managing Director, Reuters Treasury Services, said: "The ACI
European congress is the ideal opportunity for Reuters to demonstrate to the
foreign exchange and money markets how we are delivering on our promises
made at last year's ACI World Congress. With new developments such as RDL
and partnerships with ICor and e-MID, we continue to work towards our aim of
providing our treasury customers with integration, unrivalled information
and news, liquidity and connectivity together with the best possible range
of solutions available from the leading provider, Reuters."