New York-based low-cost financial data display provider Money.net has released a desktop version of its web-based terminal platform that the vendor hopes will position it against offerings from major market data vendors over the next two years and allow it to gain a greater foothold among institutional data consumers.
The desktop application includes streaming US equities data, currencies and commodity futures and fixed income data, as well as news and commentary from more than 500 sources─including curated Twitter feeds from selected individuals and companies─research analyst tear sheets and fundamental data, a charting package, global market summaries for different geographical markets and asset classes. The...
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