Reuters to open up desktops, hailing radical new strategy

Jas Singh, global head of treasury products at Reuters in London, told FX Week the company is inviting platforms such as the China foreign exchange trading system (Cfets), futures exchanges and rival broker EBS to use its desktops for distribution.

"The basic premise is that we realise we have this global network linked into the community of traders and salespeople in our market-place," said Singh. "We're in all the places you want to get to in the professional space, particularly in

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