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Moneyline Telerate upgrades browser-based WebStation

29 August 2002  |  5449 views  |  0 Moneyline Telerate upgrades browser-based WebStation

Moneyline Telerate has announced the global release of version 2.1 of its browser-based market data platform, WebStation.

WebStation provides real-time, mobile access to financial markets over standard Web browsers, allowing mobility between trading floor and home machines.

Version 2.1 includes international language support for English, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

Other features include live analytics, real-time spreadsheet feeds and technical analysis tools.

Carl Valenti, managing director of Asia Pacific for Moneyline Telerate says: "Real-time streaming benchmark content has now become truly international through WebStation 2.1."

Doug Jeffrey, managing director of EMEA for Moneyline Telerate adds: "WebStation's portability and cost-efficiency has garnered tremendous acceptance in Europe as it answers our customers' need for greater flexibility."

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