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EBS launches app for spot FX market

31 March 2014  |  1152 views  |  0 Source: EBS

EBS, Icap's market-leading electronic FX business, announces today that it is launching 'Watch EBS', a new mobile application that gives customers an up-to-date overview of the global spot FX market.

The 'Watch EBS' mobile app features near real-time spot FX rates from the EBS Market platform, as well as precious metals rates, NDF rates and ICAP forward rates. Watch EBS updates content on a near real-time basis and allows customers to see EBS Market highs and lows, dynamic charts and news from FxWire Pro.

The app can be personalised to align with customer requirements and allows them to create personal portfolios, define their own news feeds, set alerts and build their own menus. The app is now available for the following devices: iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android (phone and tablet) and BlackBerry.

Viral Tolat, Chief Technology Officer of EBS, commented: "EBS Market is widely recognised as the industry leading reference rate. In an ever-changing market, our customers need to remain close to their trades and mobile devices play an important part in facilitating this.

"Following customer interest, we launched Watch EBS to provide enhanced connectivity to the FX markets, allowing them to access research and analysis, dynamic charts and real-time news on-the-go. Our technology offering is critical to EBS as we continue to build and deliver ever more innovative solutions." 

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