The HTML5 release, which will be rolled out in January 2015, will allow clients to install the service regardless of where they are located and access it from tablets devices and smartphones as well as personal computers, says José Parga, chief executive of Visual Trader, which is wholly owned by Madrid-based exchange group Bolsas y Mercados Españoles. The new product is targeted in particular at financial firms based in Europe─mainly in Spain's neighbor Portugal─and South America, Parga adds.
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