Street System Creates Aussies Trading Web

Willcox, Kathleen
September 2000
Investment Management Weekly;09/11/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 35, p4
Reports on the plans of State Street Corp. of Australia to sign contracts with Australian banks aimed at creating an electronic foreign exchange trading system designed for institutional investors.


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