Thomson Financial delivers Equity One module to CNBC
27 January 2003 | 3370 views | 0
Thomson Financial is rolling out Equity One, a component of the Thomson One product suite, to 200 desktops at New Jersey-based business news network CNBC.
Equity One is aimed at the institutional equities market and has been tailored for CNBC to include direct access to data from over 100 exchanges. The module also delivers stock quotes, news, market statistics, rankings, global indices and other information from Thomson Financial.
Scott Drake, chief technology officer, CNBC, says the system "has significantly enhanced CNBC's research and information gathering capabilities by creating a single integrated solution for real-time market data, news and analytics".
Equity One is part of a six-product rebranding and technology overhaul at Thomson designed to lend coherence to the vendor's market data services.
Thomson says it will launch Banker One for the investment banking market next month, followed by Thomson Yield One for fixed income users early in 2003. Investment management and investor relations product suites will be introduced later in the year.
Advisor One, which offers financial advisors wealth management integrated with market data, is already commercially available.