Bloomberg, Markit eyeing Barclays' fixed-income index unit

The fixed-income index unit of Barclays (BCS +0.2%) - containing widely used benchmarks for fixed-income portfolio managers - could go for about $1B, reports the WSJ, and rival financial data players Bloomberg and Markit (MRKT -2.7%) are among those sniffing around.

Previously: Markit beats by $0.04, beats on revenue

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