TickerChart data feed for Al Rajhi Capital
Riyadh, March 29, 2012
TickerChart, a provider of financial market tools and data solutions, has become the data feed supplier of choice for Al Rajhi Capital, a leading Saudi financial services company and the investment banking subsidiary of Al Rajhi Bank.
As part of its services, TickerChart is providing Al Rajhi Capital with the TickerChart Data Feed solution which offers a flexible suite of services that aggregate, manage and deliver reliable data from regional and international stock exchanges, said a statement.
TickerChart Data Feed empowers corporations, companies and individuals to make well-informed investment decisions based on up-to-the-minute stocks and financial data, it said.
By using TickerChart Data Feed, Al Rajhi Capital will be able to capitalize on: Regional indices covering Mena stock exchanges including GCC markets; international and US indices; currency rates and commodities; as well as other simple and interactive technical analysis charting tools.
“Timely access to accurate market data is imperative in today’s investment world. TickerChart has a clear mission to provide cutting-edge financial tools that help firms, investors and traders navigate rapidly evolving stock markets around the globe. It is with great pleasure that we extend our services to Al Rajhi Capital, and we look forward to building on our range of services in the near future,” said Abdul Muez Abukhalaf, general manager of TickerChart.
In turn, Ahmed Mallah, TickerChart’s marketing manager, said: “We are certain that Al Rajhi Capital’s clients will greatly benefit from our solution which will be seamlessly incorporated into their portal. With TickerChart Data Feed, companies can ensure data quality and reliability, better gauge financial market developments and make intelligent strategic decisions. Ultimately, the service enables market leaders like Al Rajhi to leverage the right data at the right time in order to achieve optimal business results.”- TradeArabia News Service
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