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Axa Netherlands signs for MarketXSPro terminal

07 January 2004  |  3357 views  |  0 Axa Netherlands signs for MarketXSPro terminal

Axa Group is rolling out MarketXS' data terminals at its fund accounting and investment offices in Utrecht, Netherlands.

MarketXSPro for Windows delivers analytics and real-time information from global markets. The system has a customisable user interface and streaming integration with Microsoft Excel.

The terminal provides access to market data and commentaries from major providers including ComStock, Telekurs, Reuters, Dow Jones Newswires and Standard and Poor's.

Staff at Axa Netherlands will use the data terminals to monitor market movements, track the performance of listed mutual funds and to calculate net asset values.

Mark van Engelen, investment officer, AXA Netherlands, says: "The MarketXSPro terminal provides a powerful, user-friendly market data application, delivering the same first-rate financial information as our former data system did but at significantly lower costs."

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