Amana launches online portal for traders
Jeddah, May 7, 2012
Leading financial provider in the region, Amana Capital, has launched Souq El Mal, an online portal, to better service traders in Saudi Arabia and beyond.
The portal aims to be the go-to destination for Middle East traders and investors interested in the global financial markets, a statement from Amana said.
Ahmad El Khatib, CEO of Amana Capital,said: “Souq El Mal offers news, commentaries, and analysis on the currencies, commodities, and equities markets. The site showcases a wealth of educational material that provides extensive guidance to the trader whether in the beginning, intermediary, or advanced stage.”
Contributors include a team of in-house editors with significant experience in the international markets.
Souq El Mal also hosts a forum that will assemble a community of traders who will share insights and opinions, the statement said.
It aims to have an extensive digital social media footprint that will include Twitter, Facebook, and You Tube whereby the information will be delivered via text, audio, and video in Arabic.
“At Amana Capital, education and user-experience is at the core of our mission,” El Khatib said. “As such, we came up with the idea of Souq El Mal to allow people to learn more about the international markets in a suitable, professional and user-friendly manner and ultimately make better investment decisions.”
“Investors in today’s market need a credible and prompt information source to provide them with all their trading needs. This is exactly what they will get with Souq El Mal,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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