INTERACTIVE DATA DELIVERS EXCHANGE TRADED COMMODITY DATA TO ETF SECURITIES

London - 7 August 2007

Interactive Data Corporation, a leading provider of financial market data, analytics and related services, today announced that its Real-Time Services business is providing a range of exchange traded commodity data to ETF Securities Limited ('ETF Securities'), a global pioneer in exchange traded commodities (ETCs). ETCs are securities which track commodity prices and trade on a stock exchange.

Via its low latency, digital datafeed, PlusFeedSM, Interactive Data is providing data to ETF Securities for its corporate website. Coverage includes the major European exchanges.

David Hann, general manager, EMEA, Interactive Data Real-Time Services, said: "In addition to our low latency datafeed for institutional clients, Interactive Data offers competitive services to the redistribution and web market. We have long been recognised as the leading provider of real-time feeds to redistributors worldwide and are pleased to supply this data to ETF Securities for their innovative site."

Nik Bienkowski, Head of Listings and Research, ETF Securities, said: "The information supplied by Interactive Data will greatly enhance our offering. ETF Securities is a leading pioneer in developing ETCs. We recently announced that our new range of ETCs have attracted more than $1billion in investment, the majority of which has been invested since the start of the year."

Interactive Data offers institutions a suite of services for their real-time needs. This includes PlusFeed, the real-time digital datafeed service that delivers financial information to power mission critical electronic market data applications, including algorithmic trading engines where speed is crucial. PlusFeed provides data from over 450 sources and exchanges worldwide, and covers in excess of 3.4 million securities.

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