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London –Reuters (LSE: RTR; NASDQ: RTRSY) has been voted ‘Best Market Data Provider’ for the 11th consecutive year, and ‘Vendor Offering Best Dealing Technology’ for the first time in the annual FX Week Best Banks Survey.

Mark Robson, Head of Reuters Treasury and Fixed Income, commented: "We are very pleased to have our data and dealing technology recognised by our most important stakeholder group – the banks themselves. This is the first time that Reuters has won the dealing technology award and it reinforces the positive feedback we have received from our clients about Reuters Electronic Trading. We are committed to providing the industry with leading edge technology, news and information and thank our customers for recognising Reuters."

Reuters provides unrivalled global instrument coverage from over 5,000 data contributors, 2,000 of which provide FX or money market related data. Coverage includes real time and historical prices for more than 175 currencies plus exclusive FX data from contributors such as ICAP, Tullets, GFI and SuperDerivatives. With over 2,500 journalists reporting from 200 bureaux worldwide, and a team of 250 dedicated Treasury correspondents, Reuters is the leading news source for the FX and money markets, providing in-depth economic, political and business coverage.

Reuters has established itself as a leader in FX transaction technology for the fast-paced treasury marketplace. Its Reuters Electronic Trading suite of products has been developed to meet the e-commerce requirements of its clients. The Reuters Electronic Trading - Automated Dealing solution is used by more than 80 banks globally and counts five of the 10 largest banks in foreign exchange. Reuters new generation of trading products which include -- Reuters Trading for FX, Reuters Trading for Fixed Income, CME FX on Reuters, CFETS multibank portal and the recently launched Reuters Trade Notification Service -- are all based on the proven platform.

The FX Week awards are compiled from votes received from approximately 2,600 dealers, corporate treasurers, institutional investors and other market participants. They provide an overview of the global FX industry and offer a verdict on the performance of leading market players in the industry.