Dow Jones is to renew its global contract with Reuters to deliver news to mutual customers via Reuters terminals, the firms announced Monday. Dow Jones news feeds, streamed on the terminals of its partners, deliver targeted, real-time news and information services on anything that affects companies and markets, aiming to help financial professionals make better informed decisions.
"Financial professionals across the globe rely on Dow Jones news everyday," says Richard Hanks, chief operating officer, Dow Jones Enterprise Media Group. "This partnership with Reuters helps serve our customers with the high-quality and market-moving news that they need to be effective in their roles and to better serve their clients," he continues.
Dow Jones says its newswire journalists produce articles that include market-moving corporate, economic, market, financial and political news. Reporting from nearly 90 bureaux across the globe, Dow Jones publishes up to 12,000 items per day in 11 languages, covering all asset classes.
"Reuters is committed to providing news and information that is critical to our clients from a range of suppliers," says Abel Clark, global head of business development, research and asset management, Reuters. "This agreement helps us to address their need for an additional source of credible, real-time news and Reuters is pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with Dow Jones," he comments.